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The Kalamna Team (previously Ahlan! Arabic)

11 hours ago

Watch the 1919 Egyptian Revolution Centenary celebration at SOAS University of London using the livestream in the link below:

The conference aims at those with an interest in the post Ottoman period in the region, British Egyptian relations, modern Egyptian history, and developments in Egypt over the last hundred years, ... See more

11 hours ago

Delighted to be attending this prestigious event at SOAS University of London and British Museum! Anyone else we know attending?

Tomorrow our 1919 Birth of a Modern Nation Conference opens at SOAS University of London. This has come about thanks to a hard working team lead by our Vice Chairman, Professor Magdy Ishak Hanna, and ... See more

Good news: we've been awarded a £15k @ace_national grant to support the development of our children's book list and grow as an inclusive children's publisher! Read more here: https://t.co/4MOQUvxqz6 #emmapresskids #acesupported #lotteryfunded

#Urdu, Arabic, Persian
qanoon قانون
#Hindi kanoon कानून
English canon
for ‘law’ derive from Ancient Greek
kanṓn (κανών).


National Trust accepts Kenyan artist Khadambi Asalache's London house decorated in his Islamic wood carvings https://t.co/HCoei7D564

This tweet has reached over 10k people... @hilda_beastoxf @Hutchesons @MissTomitaka @GCHQ please can you help us spread the word that #multilingualisnormal tomorrow? https://t.co/RNi4VeipJC

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On integrating Islamic culture into school curricula

I recently had the pleasure of presenting at the first Teacher Training Workshop held at the Cambridge University Centre of Islamic Studies. The aim of the workshop is to help teachers in mainstream education to incorporate information on Islamic influences in day to day teaching materials.

Rami, the Oscars and Identity

We all watched with immense pride the historic moment that Rami Malek accepted his award for Best Actor on the renowned Oscars stage. What stood out most for me was his candid acceptance speech, in which he explained his Egyptian heritage and subsequent struggle with his identity growing up.