Anwaar Abadallah Khalik Ibrahim has her Ph.D. from Ain Shams University (1999, first degree honour) and currently lectures on Civilization and Cultural Affairs for Helwan University. Dr. Abdalla Kahlik Ibrahim also works as an official coordinator for the cultural exchange program between Helwan Uni and TSU in the USA entitled “Cultural Immersion 2011-2014.”
Additionally, Ms. Abdallah is a member of the Egyptian and Arab women’s writer’s union and the Cairo Women Association. She is also the translator of several books published by the Ministry of Culture including Shadows on the Grass, Impossible Peace and The Secret Rapture. Dr. Ibrahim is also an accomplished author and essayist in both Arabic and English publications.
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Published 9:57 a.m. May 6, 2013
A review of Suzanna Mitchell-Egan's novel, The Line
Published 2:24 p.m. April 15, 2013
An upsurge in sectarian violence is haunting Egyptian society
Published 11:47 a.m. April 8, 2013
On March 25, 2013, President Morsi invited over 100 women to meet with him to support his initiative on women’s rights and freedom.
Published 8:41 a.m. April 1, 2013
Egyptian authorities arrested political satirist Bassem Youssef on charges of insulting Islam and President Morsi.
Published 1:48 p.m. March 11, 2013
The massacre at Port Said last year continues to cause security problems in Egypt.
Published 3:42 p.m. March 2, 2013
Violent mob attacks against women protestors in Egypt are becoming increasingly common
Published 1:42 p.m. February 20, 2013
Black Bloc anarchists are the latest product of the Egyptian revolution.
Published 3:51 p.m. February 19, 2013
Today, Egyptians have revived their ancestors’ art of graffiti in order to document their revolution.
Published 11:05 a.m. February 1, 2013
Bassem Youssef is leading Egypt to a new era of political satire.
Published 7:07 p.m. December 7, 2012
Violence in Egypt continues with no sign of willingness to negotiate.
Published 1:08 p.m. November 28, 2012
Egypt is facing renewed turmoil in response to decrees issues last week giving President Morsi expansive new powers.
Published 8:18 p.m. November 16, 2012
Pope Tadrous II was appointed to lead the community through a critical time, as Copts worry over the intentions of the Islamic government.
Published 10:54 a.m. October 10, 2012
Egypt continues to struggle with writing a post-Mubarak constitution that guarantees the rights of all citizens.
Published 4:11 p.m. September 13, 2012
Anwaar Abdalla interviews Egyptian Minister of Justice Ahmed Mekki.
Published 6:56 a.m. August 7, 2012
Recent instability in the Sinai illustrate the growing threat to the Egypt/Israeli peace agreement.