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Her milestones began to emerge such as her role as an aristocratic lady in Dawn of a New Day directed by Youssef Chahine in 1965, and the liberal lawyer who was motivated by her sensual desires in The Impossible (1965) by Hussein Kamal. She followed the same trend on stage and her significant ...
With the death of the great songstress and actress Shadia on 28 November, Egypt has lost one of its most important soft power symbols and an original part of its artistic history. Her presence marked the 20th century despite the fact that she has retired 31 years ago, wore a veil and chose to step out of the ...

Shadia did not invest much of her career in theatre. She did, however, give a well-known performance in the comedy Rayya Wa Sakina, which was first staged in 1982. In the play, Shadia performed alongside Suheir El-Babli, Abdel-Moneim Madbouli and Hussein Kamal. The play proved a great success, ...
When wrinkles began to appear on her fascinating face, the wisdom of time replaced the charms and attractiveness, such as in Take Care of Zouzou and Oh My Country (1986) directed by Hussein Kamal. For more arts and culture news and updates, follow Ahram Online Arts and Culture on Twitter at ...
Qatar Museums (QM) chairperson HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani along with members of the QM board Abdullah bin Khalifa al-Attiyah, Yousef Hussein Kamal and Dr Mohamed Abdul Raheem Kafoud and QM's CEO Mansoor bin Ebrahim al-Mahmoud during the opening night tour ...
The most prominent of these films are “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1977), directed by Samir Seif, “Always My Lover” (1980) by Hussein Kamal and “The Lovers” (2001) by Nour El-Sherif. If we add to this duo another significant element, the retired actress Nora, Poussi's younger sister, who participated in ...

“It became clear after the Gulf war that the WMD ambitions of Iraq were far more extensive than hitherto thought… Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive BW (biological weapons) program and for the first time said Iraq had weaponized the program.”.
In We are the Bus People (1979), directed by Hussein Kamal, Madbouly co-lead alongside Adel Imam, the superstar of Egyptian cinema in that period. It wasn't a comedy role, even if the film started as a traditional comedy. Soon it turned dark, ending up in a heart-breaking and tragic atmosphere.
The fate of PUK members in Erbil, Hero Ibrahim Ahmed, Fuad Hussein, Kamal Fuad and Omer Fatah was unclear until the evening of August 31. Although senior PUK member Kosrat Rasul was determined to defend Erbil, Rasul's forces left Bina Slawa for Bestana following a call from Mala Bakhtiar and Mohammed Haji ...
Then, a week later, Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive biological weapons programme and, for the first time, said that Iraq had weaponised the programme—something that Saddam had always strenuously denied. All this had been happening while ...
In August [1995], it [Iraq] provided yet another full and final declaration. Then, a week later, Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive biological weapons programme and, for the first time, said that Iraq had weaponised the programme—something that ...
Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, was the director of Iraq's Military Industrialisation Corporation, which was responsible for Iraq's proscribed weapons programmes. In August 1995, he defected to Jordan and was interviewed by an IAEA/UNSCOM team in Amman on 22 August 1995. He later ...
A United Nations weapons inspector has alleged that Tony Blair “misrepresented” intelligence to secure approval for the Iraq War. Dr Hans Blix, who was head of the UN inspection team ahead of the 2003 invasion, spoke to Peter Oborne for the journalist's alternative report into the build-up to the conflict.
Colin Powell made his Iraq presentation at the United Nations ten years ago today, on February 5th, 2003. As much criticism as Powell has gotten for this — he calls it “painful” and says, “I get mad when bloggers accuse me of lying” — it hasn't been close to what he deserves. That's because there's no ...
The report relies heavily upon the 1995 defection of Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal (respectively spelled “Saddam Husayn” and “Husayn Kamil” in the document), arguing that the information he revealed bolstered suspicions that Iraq was concealing ongoing WMD programs and continued ...
At least 52 people were killed as security forces stormed a Catholic church in Baghdad to free dozens of hostages, said Deputy Interior Minister Maj Gen Hussein Kamal. He suggested six attackers had also died in the fighting, though other sources have said the overall death toll was lower. Pope Benedict ...
"We have found one of the death squads. They are part of the police force," US Maj Gen Joseph Peterson said. Sunnis have long accused Iraqi forces of operating death squads - but the claims have never been substantiated. Iraqi deputy interior minister Maj Gen Hussein Kamal said his ministry had set up ...

Shadia (1931-2017), born Fatma Shaker, played various roles and nailed movie genres that range from the political to the comic farce, but in addition to her diverse roles, Shadia was also a prolific singer whose songs also remain favorites on many playlists. In fact, 25 years after retiring and completely disappearing from ...
“It became clear after the Gulf war that the WMD ambitions of Iraq were far more extensive than hitherto thought… Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive BW (biological weapons) program and for the first time said Iraq had weaponized the program.”.
Then, a week later, Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive biological weapons programme and, for the first time, said that Iraq had weaponised the programme—something that Saddam had always strenuously denied. All this had been happening while ...
A United Nations weapons inspector has alleged that Tony Blair “misrepresented” intelligence to secure approval for the Iraq War. Dr Hans Blix, who was head of the UN inspection team ahead of the 2003 invasion, spoke to Peter Oborne for the journalist's alternative report into the build-up to the conflict.
Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, was the director of Iraq's Military Industrialisation Corporation, which was responsible for Iraq's proscribed weapons programmes. In August 1995, he defected to Jordan and was interviewed by an IAEA/UNSCOM team in Amman on 22 August 1995. He later ...
In saying “if I knew then what I know now, I would not have authorized the invasion of Iraq,” presidential candidates are taking for granted that the Middle East would have been better off had America not led a coalition to overthrow Saddam Hussein in 2003. That assumption is groundless. In fact, Bush's ...
Most members of the anti-ISIS coalition have restricted their support to Iraq-focused efforts. A handful of Arab nations, however, .... "We are hoping and waiting for any coalition air strike on these terrorists, to save our city from the barbaric attack," Hussein Kamal said. Coalition air power was not evident in ...
Colin Powell made his Iraq presentation at the United Nations ten years ago today, on February 5th, 2003. As much criticism as Powell has gotten for this — he calls it “painful” and says, “I get mad when bloggers accuse me of lying” — it hasn't been close to what he deserves. That's because there's no ...
The report relies heavily upon the 1995 defection of Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal (respectively spelled “Saddam Husayn” and “Husayn Kamil” in the document), arguing that the information he revealed bolstered suspicions that Iraq was concealing ongoing WMD programs and continued ...
The most prominent of these films are “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1977), directed by Samir Seif, “Always My Lover” (1980) by Hussein Kamal and ...
“It became clear after the Gulf war that the WMD ambitions of Iraq were far more extensive than hitherto thought… Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive BW (biological weapons) program and for the first time said Iraq had weaponized the program.”.
In We are the Bus People (1979), directed by Hussein Kamal, Madbouly co-lead alongside Adel Imam, the superstar of Egyptian cinema in that ...
Within the month, however, ISIS's blitzkrieg sacked Falluja and would soon conquer fully a third of Iraq in addition to bulldozing its border with ...
Saddam's son-in-law, general Hussein Kamal, who himself defected in 1995, told ... September 11 2001 attacks which led to a campaign for a new war on Iraq.
The long-awaited Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war is due to report on 6 .... Government (including Straw ) knew of the Hussein Kamal claims?
In August, it provided yet another full and final declaration. Then, a week later, Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan.
(See Iraq: Lies, Half-truths & Omissions, Annex B for extracts from the ... Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, was the director of ...
A United Nations weapons inspector has alleged that Tony Blair “misrepresented” intelligence to secure approval for the Iraq War. Dr Hans Blix ...
In saying “if I knew then what I know now, I would not have authorized the invasion of Iraq,” presidential candidates are taking for granted that ...
Rout raises questions about Iraq's military ability to beat ISIS .... these terrorists, to save our city from the barbaric attack," Hussein Kamal said.
Colin Powell made his Iraq presentation at the United Nations ten years ago today, on February 5th, 2003. As much criticism as Powell has ...
Needless to say, however, the Iraq war was not sold to the public on ... of Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal (respectively spelled ...
The most obvious example is Iraq. Here, the most "respectable" media printed fake news over weapons of mass destruction (WMD) which paved the way for Tony Blair and George Bush to wage bloody war on Iraq, the effects of which we are still living with ...
It targets not just Tony Blair, but also Jack Straw, a wobbly Attorney General, and large sections of the British Parliament and fourth estate, who fell for - or jumped in behind - Blair's cynical rationalisations for military intervention in Iraq ...
If this wasn't known to our agents and through aerial and satellite surveillance it should have been queried in 1995 when Hussein Kamal, Saddam's son-in-law, defected to Jordan. Hussein had been in charge of Iraq's weapons programme and had many ...
Then, a week later, Saddam's son-in-law, Hussein Kamal, defected to Jordan. He disclosed a far more extensive BW (biological weapons) programme and for the first time said Iraq had weaponised the programme; something Saddam had always strenuously ...
"The transcript of the interrogation of Hussein Kamel, the former head of Iraq's weapons programmes and Saddam's son-in-law [who defected in 1995 to Jordan] - leaked this week to Newsweek magazine and seen by the Guardian - reveal that Kamel told ...
In 1995, Hussein Kamal, Saddam's son-in-law, and the chief organizer of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program, defected to Jordan.


 

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