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An Arab woman who was born and raised in Egypt, but after I grew up, I realized that nationality was a figment of our imagination. Who am I? I am a human being who believes that days are chances to do more, serve others, and to downplay attainments. I always believe in the first cosmic covenant which enjoins us to worship, supplicate, and befriend all human beings.

Thankfully, the internet is easily accessible to build up our unbridled world even with anonymity, and to dislodge some fallacies about Arabs, especially women. I have a say, so I hope you will be magnanimous. Thanks for your embrace and time!

16 Comments

  1. Hi, Gehad –
    See you are back as a ‘follower’ (And that’s OK), but I see your registered first time in Sept 2019? After 50 ‘alerts’ from us you only responded once! And that was enough for our watchdogs to find your profile and delete it (due to no activity)!
    This to inform you that if you want to remain a ‘follower’, you need to respond to at least 20% of the alerts you have asked to be sent you. Or the dogs will surely find you again, but welcome!
    On this blog all traffic is monitored closely. That is why we haven’t thousands of followers that are really not there anyway. 😉

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