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La Vie En Rose in Arabic Posted by on Apr 24, 2016

Marhaba! Have you been in love? Well, it’s one of the best feelings in the world. Looking at someone and knowing that you want to spend every second of your lifetime with that person is unique. Today, I am sharing one of favorite love songs of all time. My wife and I love this song…

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Meet the Egyptian born star Dalida Posted by on Jan 28, 2014

Marhaba! In this post, I want to introduce you all to the international music icon: Dalida. In addition to Fairouz, Julia Boutros, and Majida el Roumi, Dalida is by far one of my favorite artists. Born on January 17, 1933, in Cairo, Egypt to Italian parents, Dalida spent most of her early years in Egypt…

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The Arabic Art of Speaking with the Eyes Posted by on Apr 10, 2012

Tongues have their language. But الأعيـــــــــن (the eyes) are endowed with their own kind of language as well. Whatever اللِّســــــــــان (the tongue) is denied to express through plain words, the eye is at liberty to convey with the utmost ease, subtlety, and, yes, even eloquence! To help us decipher the cryptic language of the eyes, we turn to…

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