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By| Hue Gey

In anexclusive interview with the astronomer Dr. Ahmed Shaheen with Castle Newspaper, he declared with number of exclusive news in his meeting with editor-in-chief Dr. Abeer Almadawy during the last session. He expressed his expectations about Egypt and the Arab region, but his focus on Egyptian affairs was of great interest to the difficulty of his expectations.
The next prime minister will be either a military figure or a woman and the two will come but one of them will precede the other only several months and expected that Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation that it is likely to be the first Egyptian Prime Minister of the country and may come after a military figure

Where the astronomer Ahmed Shaheen said:

As for the prime minister, I had a previous expectation that the prime minister would not go out of one of the two figures, and there is the expectation of the previous expectation of another and I am sure of it and possible to get together. It is possible to expect the choice of a military figure for a temporary period and then the other expectation occurs when the first woman in the history of Egypt receives the portfolio of the prime minister. I mean, the two things will happen together or because of the events in the region. Perhaps the prime minister will be a woman for some reason, even though I expect that she will get the most. I expect the next prime minister to be a military person, but for a short period of time because of the circumstances of the region such as war or economic reasons.

The most likely name of Minister Sahar Nasr is the closest to this position, according to my expectations and what I see before me


As for another Egyptian about the Ethiopian Dam and will the country enter into a war with Ethiopia, Ahmed Shahin said:

Unfortunately, I can say that Egypt will join in a war with Ethiopia and two Gulf states, they are an indivisible image ... in a war that will happen, but I can not say that it is a war in the strict sense that means, there will be no war with tanks, planes and all the needs, but it may be a shocking war for water, of course. From here the renaissance dam will be a reason, but the next war in the region may not be the kind of wars of the first generation or the second, and is not the wars of the fifth generation by media .But it will be water wars. Whoever owns the water will be the master of the world , who own the oil r the gold will not be the owner of the next period and thus they are upsetting Egypt. They are trying to speed up old prophecies. They try to manipulate the prophecies.


Expectations for the new year 2018 This is the first time in the media and exclusive to Castle newspaper,Ahmed Shahen said an expectation maybe misunderstanding...as he said I expect that Egypt will not be in the new year map 2018.

This is the first time I say this prediction and it is possible people expect the negative view and people who choose it positively.

And it is apparent to me now that Egypt will disappear either will be destroyed or flooded or anything that means that Egypt will not be on the map, but not in the negative sense but in the positive sense.

And here I assure exclusively and I say for the first time that the positive meaning of the disappearance of Egypt from the map that it is within the borders of the state, Egypt will expand or become a kingdom greater than a country and I expect there will be certain countries and certain leaders be the kings and masters of the region , it explains why Egypt will disappear and unite with other countries to widen its borders.



By|Abeer Almadawy

Cairo - 25 - 11- 2017


    Egyptian Attorney General announced today the rise of the martyrs of the attack on the mosque in Al-Rawda in Bir al-Abed  near of Al-Arish city,north of Sinai  to 305, including 28 children under the age of ten and injured 128 people in the worst terrorist operation against Muslims in the Islamic countries at all.

Amid huge surprise hit the Egyptian and Arabic societies, and while they are preparing for the celebrating with the birthday of prophet Mohammed "PPUH", about 25 to 30 terrorists one group of 5 cars attacked
 a mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed, 20 km from the city of El-Arish,the terrorists belong to ISIL terrorist group "Daesh" who opened random fire on more than 500 people were praying , 305 people were killed according to the latest counting of the number of dead and about 128  wounded while 28 children were killed under 10 age  during Friday prayers.

It is noteworthy that the mosque is the only one in the city, which has a population of about 2500 people are all of them Muslims belonging to the Sufi community
In the view of the terrorists who have no religion to them, think that the Muslim Sufi is infidel...So they went and closed the doors or the mosque and opened the heavy fires one the prayers during their praying .
28 innocent children have been victims of this attack for less than 10 years. Almost all the families in that village have lost one of their relatives and now most of the women have lost their men.

 President of Egypt Abdul Fattah Alsisi met with Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, of the Security Committee, which includes the Ministers of Defense and Interior and the Head of the General Intelligence Service before tell a short word , promised the Egyptian to revenge for them strongly and they won't go out without punishment.

Last year in the same occasion the terrorists exploded 2 churches in Egypt one was in Tanta city and the others was in Alexandria, this year they chose the mosque of Muslims, to prove that they have no religions and Islam is away of them , the radical groups are true criminal and the silence on them from the international community is another crime.


By|Mohammed Mukhtar

    A delegation of the Al-Azhar Charitable Society in Bangladesh on Thursday continued to distribute aid to the Rohingya Muslims in Cox-Bazar, near the border with Burma.

The delegation divided into three teams, each with a view to reaching the largest number of refugees, in coordination with the Bangladeshi authorities, which distribute food aid according to the rationing system, to ensure fair and sustainable support for most refugees.

The Grand Mufti of the Grand Imam, Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, Sheikh of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, gave instructions to the members of the delegation to distribute the aid themselves to the refugees and to stay in the camps. He stressed that psychological support, humanitarian communication and humanitarian brotherhood are equally important. In kind.

 The greatness of Imam Al-Akbar also ensured the participation of Al-Azhar girls within the delegation to emphasize the integration of the humanitarian message of the sons of the largest Islamic institution in the world to their brothers from the Rohingyas.

 The distribution of aid continues for five days, followed by the distribution of humanitarian and medical aid provided by the Council of Muslim Elders under the guidance of the Grand Imam of the Council.






   Although the number of children under five years dying from diarrhoea each year in Afghanistan has dropped below 10,000 for the first time, the disease still claims the lives of 9,500 children, or 26 each day, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said Friday.

“Deaths from diarrhoea are particularly tragic because in most cases, they can be easily avoided,” Adele Khodr, UNICEF Afghanistan Representative, said. “Using a toilet and washing your hands is literally a matter of life or death.”

Diarrhoea-related deaths account for around 12 per cent of the 80,000 deaths of children under the age of five that occur annually in Afghanistan, the agency said.
The risks associated with diarrhoeal infections are exacerbated in the country, where some 1.2 million children are already malnourished and 41 per cent of children are stunted, it said. Poor sanitation and hygiene compound malnutrition, leaving children more susceptible to infections that cause diarrhoea, which in turn worsens malnutrition.
Providing access to safe water and improved sanitation facilities in villages and towns across the country is critical, Ms. Khodr said, adding that community-led efforts to improve hygiene practices are the simple and most effective way to save lives.

While insecurity continues to affect humanitarian access to parts of the country and slows development, there is still progress, UNICEF said. The district of Nili, in Daykundi province, central Afghanistan, was declared as the country’s first ˜open defecation free district” at a ceremony on 1 November.
Towns and villages across Nili took on the community-led approach in which families identify areas around their homes that are used as toilets. Through a combination of shock, shame, pride and disgust, families without a toilet decide to build their latrine.

Community-wide commitment and some peer pressure does the rest and typically after three to six months an entire community has given up defecating in the open, contributing to a healthier environment for everyone, it said.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a statement on the elimination of the hepatitis C virus by 2030, which can overcome this health problem and completely eradicate the virus that causes hepatitis and kills more than a million people every year worldwide. , And more than 300 million chronic hepatitis B and C.

At the conference, Egypt, Brazil, Australia and Georgia were highlighted for their innovative work to eliminate viral hepatitis.

Nine countries around the world are on track to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030;

countries are Egypt, Qatar, Australia, Brazil, Georgia, Germany, Iceland, Japan and the Netherlands.

According to new data from the Polaris Observatory, presented at the World Hepatitis Summit in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

 Egypt has pledged this year to implement comprehensive screening initiatives (including through military assistance) to cover 30 million people by the end of 2018, as well as to produce equivalent treatment drugs for less than $ 200 for the 12-week course.

"These new data show that the elimination of hepatitis C is possible, but it also shows that more efforts are needed to support governments in the treatment of viral hepatitis," said Charles Gore, president of the Global Alliance against Hepatitis. Hepatitis C offers governments the opportunity to learn from other countries and public health experts, in an effort to accelerate progress toward disease elimination.

Polaris Observatory is a public health research firm based in Lafayette, Colorado, United States of America, one of the main focus areas of epidemiology of Hepatitis B and CID viruses.

Source: World Health Organization

Jakarta - By : Hue Gey


   The Indonsian capital "Jakarta city" is consider the worst city who suffers of air pollution and its crisis is going the worse because of plans to surround the city with coal-fired power plants, says a new report from Greenpeace.

Greenpeace Southeast Asia said in a press released recently, that Jakarta built new coal-fired power stations within 100 kilometres than any other capital city.

the report added that "Jakartas Silent Killer", tracks the likely health impacts of all these power plants. It estimates that they would cause a projected 10,600 premature deaths and 2,800 low birth weight births per year; nearly half of them within Greater Jakarta.

Jakarta already has notoriously bad air quality, caused mainly by transport, industry and residential emissions. This air pollution is being made even worse by coal-fired power plants around the city.

The people of Jakarta need to recognise that it is not just traffic which is damaging their health, and the health of their children," said Climate and Energy Campaigner of Greenpeace Indonesia, Didit Wicaksono.

Greenpeace has used a sophisticated atmospheric modeling system developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to project the impact on air quality and human health of the power plants surrounding Greater Jakarta. The emissions from the power plants were calculated at full operation based on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), using the assumption of 80% capacity utilization.

The results indicated that the emissions from the existing and new CFPPs are likely to have the biggest impact on pollution levels in cities and towns to the north and west of the power plant. The highest estimated daily SO2, PM2.5 and NO2 levels are in Cilegon, Tangerang, Bogor, and Jakarta for the existing plants. The planned CFPPs will increase pollutants levels not only in those areas, but also in Bekasi, Depok, Tambun, and Karawang. All these areas would be subject to a major new source of air pollution.

The current permitted SO2 and NOx levels (750 mg/Nm3) are seven times higher than other major countries, while the total particulate or PM standard (100 mg/Nm3) is three times higher than others. There are no restrictions on mercury pollution.

Source: (ANTARA News)

By|Hue Gey

    Huawei Middle East and Africa Group Chairman Jin Jiao said the company has unveiled a new series of Huawei-10 smartphones supported by artificial intelligence technology.

Jiao said at the launch of the new series Thursday that the use of artificial intelligence technology in the Huawei Mait 10 series allows the ability to cross the border and enter the era of smart phones that enhance the level of interaction between man and machine, and enhance the possibility of expanding capabilities, thanks to its enhanced performance Speed ​​and ability to download and connect more quickly.

This is due to the importance of the new series of phones and the most characteristic of them is the "speed" that came with the support of the processor "Kerin 970". Huawei launched it specifically for these phones.
The Kerin 970 processor works on fast charging through smart power consumption through Supercharged technology and the camera supported by the AI ​​chip. It includes two 4G 4G communication chips, as well as three-dimensional designs.

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