| Abdul Yusuf|| Yusuf al-Qaradawi|
| Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Asmaa Bin Qada, Esaad Abdel Gawad, Aisha Al Mfnn|
Ilham Yousef Al-Qaradawi
Abdul Rahman Yusuf Wikipedia
Abdul Rahman Yusuf (Arabic: عبدالرحمن يوسف) (born September 18, 1970) is an Egyptian poet who writes original poetry, maintaining the rules of poetry and dedicated to the issues of the Arab nation as well as aesthetics of Arabic poetry.
The third son of the Islamic scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi, he was born on September 18, 1970. He has been an active participant in several cultural seminars in Egypt and across the Arab world. He published his poems in several Egyptian and Arabic magazines and newspapers.
A campaign leader for Mohammed El Baradei in the 2011 Egyptian revolution, he recalled the moment at which he reached Tahrir Square on 25 January 2011:
It was one of the most profound moments of my life. The sight of the square filled with tens of thousands heralded the long-awaited dawn. As we entered the square, the crowds installed there cheered the coming of a new battalion, greeting us with joy. I wept.
He published seven poetry collections so far:
- The bleeding letters, 1992 (نزف الحروف)
- Facing the mirror, 2003 (أمام المرآة)
- A toast to the homeland, 2004 (في صحة الوطن)
- I have nothing to lose, 2005 (لا شيء عندي أخسره)
- Talking plainly, July 2006 (على المكشوف)
- Write the history of tomorrow, November 2006 (اكتب تاريخ المستقب