Wednesday, October 16, 2013

• The Quest for Arab Knowledge Cities

            Humanity s awareness of science and the world changed as ages changed. Scientists have been describing ages according to the major innovation that occurred in it: the printing age, the machine age, the Industrial Revolution age, the technology age, the computer decade, the atom age, the Internet age, up to the ages of measuring extremely short time scales in the femtosecond, robot artificial intelligence and smart phones.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

• The Legend of Tangier A New History with the Mediterranean Port

After an initial lightning tour of Tangier, my mind was filled with what I had read about its most well-known writers: Muhammad Shukri, Altaher bin Jalloun, Paul Bowels, Tennessee Williams, etc., I saw more than a single city in one place with buildings carrying the styles of different periods of history.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

• The Arab Media between Guidance and Credibility

            The turbulent events which the Arab region has witnessed in recent months played a major role in making the Arab old and young once again interested in the Arab media, which is now required to present lively scenes of what is taking place.

• The Arab Youth: How do they think? Why do they Revolt?

After a year which was characterized mainly by change demanded by millions of young men and women who sparked off a wave of uprisings and even sacrificed their lives for it, many voices were heard giving descriptions, making analyses and comparisons and drawing conclusions.