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محاضرة بعنوان"National Museum of Egyptian Civilization(NMEC) A New Vision For Cultural HUB " عبر تقنية زووم  يوم الخميس الموافق 23/9/2021  مع السيد  الأستاذ الدكتور أحمد فاروق غنيم  الأستاذ بكلية الاقتصاد والعلوم السياسية جامعة القاهرة والمدير التنفيذى للمتحف القومى للحضارة .

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يقوم المكتب بعقد لقاء اسبوعى دورى( الجمعة الساعة 11 بتوقيت واشنطن)  عبر تقنية زووم مع مع السادة المبعوثين بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية(المتواجدين – والمتوقع وصولهم) وذلك للأستماع لمقترحاتهم  ومتابعة تقدمهم الدراسى وتذليل العقبات التى تقابلهم إن وجدت بالاضافة لبحث أفاق التعاون بين جامعاتهم المبعوثين إليها فى الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية والموفدين منها فى مصر.

This May is the 123 anniversary of great Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum.. The Star of the East…the Voice of Egypt….the Voice of Love…are the most famous titles the Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum was awarded by her audience and music lovers …actually this means a huge number of Arab fans all over the Arabic region.

An unprecedented musical phenomena, she had a unique connection with her audience. In Feb. 1975, four million people attended her official funeral in Cairo, while another virtual funeral was held in Baghdad.

As a composer, former director of Umm Kulthum Museum and as an Egyptian women, I shall guide you to the music secretes of her legend, as well as her social work efforts.

“Egypt is the gift of the Nile” is a famous statement made by the famous Greek traveler and historian Herodotus that indicates the extent of the importance of the Nile to Egypt.

Some of the great Egyptian historians responded to this statement saying that Egypt is the gift of the Nile and the gift of the Egyptians who were able to tame the Nile and establish centers of stability and civilization in Egypt in particular. From here comes the importance of what the great Egyptian thinker Gamal Hamdan called in his encyclopedia The Character of Egypt “The Nile Dimension”, which is one of the most important dimensions of the Egyptian personality. Because the Nile is the lifeblood of Egypt, all Egyptian rulers, since ancient times, have always been keen on securing the south, the source of the Nile.

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