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People that recognize the important mission of MOHA Research Center can contribute with their subscription to the achievement of its goals, as MOHA constitutes a charitable, non-profit organization. However, more important, from someone’s financial contribution, is the moral support of members with their active presence at conferences, lectures, fairs, concerts and other events organized by...
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This year, International Literacy Day (8 September) will be celebrated across the world under the theme of ‘Literacy in a digital world’. On 8 September, 2017 a global event will be organized at UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris, with the overall aim to look at what kind of literacy skills people need to navigate increasingly digitally-mediated...
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Al-Jahiz lived, during one of the most exciting times of intellectual history – the period of the transmission of Greek science to the Arabs and the development of Arabic prose literature -and was intimately involved in both. Not much is known about al-Jaḥiẓ’s early life, but his family was very poor. Born early in February...
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Media outlets around the world have grown increasingly indifferent to the brutality of the ongoing war in Syria, numbed by more than four years of senseless killing and destruction in that cursed country. But a recent attack finally touched a raw nerve among global literati, for the victim is someone with whom they can identify....
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MOHA Research Center, in cooperation with Dar al Athar al Islamiyyah (DAI), organized a lecture with the title “Artistic expression in Late Antiquity art”, which took place on 14 March 2016, in Yarmouk Cultural Centre of Kuwait. Mr.Michalis Lychounas, member of the Board of directors of MOHA, was the keynote speaker of the lecture, presenting...
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MOHA Research Center presents a video about Mohammed Ali. Details on the childhood years of Mohamed Ali are likewise clouded in obscurity due to an absense of contemporary sources. As a result numerous contradictory legends have arisen. He claimed that he was born in 1769, the year that Napoleon Bonaparte and Wellington were also born....
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