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Mahmoud Mohamed Shaker

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Name  Mahmoud Shaker

Role  Writer
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Died  August 7, 1997, Cairo, Egypt

Mahmoud Mohamed Shaker, Abu Fahr (Arabic:محمد محمود شاكر، أبو فهر), Egyptian writer, poet journalist and scholar of the Arabic language and Islamic culture heritage. Shaker was born on 1 February 1909 in Alexandria, and died on 7 August 1997 in Cairo.

His thoughts and writings were based on the originality of the Arabic culture. He wrote many books on Arabic language and culture including: A Message on The Way of Our Culture (Resala Fel Tarik Ela Thakafatena رسالة في الطريق إلى ثقافتنا), Al-Mutanabi المتنبي, Untruths and Tales ( Abateel wa Asmaar أباطيل وأسمار), The Virgin Sagittarius ( Al-Qaws Al-AZraa القوس العذر. Most of his articles, which were published in different journals and magazines, were collected by professor Adel Solaiman Gamal in one book of 2 volumes titled: Jamharat Al-Maqalaat جمهرة المقالات .

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Mahmoud Mohamed Shaker Wikipedia


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