Egyptian people

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  1. Hoda Kotb

    Hoda Kotb


    Hoda Kotb (/ˈhdə ˈkɒtb/ HOH-de KOT-bee; Arabic: هدى قطب‎ Hudā Quṭb ), born August 9, 1964, is an American television news anchor and TV host known as the co-host of NBC's Today Show‍ '​s fourth hour with Kathie Lee Gifford. An Egyptian American, she won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2010 as part of The Today Show team. Kotb is also a correspondent for Dateline NBC.

  2. Samia Gamal

    Samia Gamal


    Samia Gamal (Arabic: سامية جمال‎, born as Zaynab Ibrahim Mahfuz, 5 March 1924 – 1 December 1994) was an Egyptian belly dancer and film actress.

  3. Ibrahim Elfiky

    Ibrahim Elfiky


  4. Hussein Fahmy

    Hussein Fahmy


    Hussein Fahmy (Arabic: حسين فهمي‎; born March 22, 1940) is an Egyptian actor of Circassian origin. Fahmy is the brother of actor Mustafa Fahmy.

  5. Rudolf Hess

    Rudolf Hess


    Rudolf Walter Richard Heß, also spelled Hess (26 April 1894 – 17 August 1987), was a prominent politician in Nazi Germany. Appointed Deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler in 1933, he served in this position until 1941, when he flew solo to Scotland in an attempt to negotiate peace with the United Kingdom during World War II. He was taken prisoner and eventually was convicted of crimes against peace, serving a life sentence.

  6. Marina Papaelia

    Marina Papaelia


    Myshimarina (Marina) Papaelia was Miss Egypt and chosen to represent Egypt in the Miss World 1953 pageant.

  7. Ismail Hussain Shirin Bey

    Ismail Hussain Shirin Bey


    Ismail Hussein Chirine (17 October 1919 – 14 June 1994) was a royal Egyptian diplomat. He served as commander in chief of the Egyptian army. His ancestors had relations to Muhammad Ali Dynasty.

  8. Salah Zulfikar

    Salah Zulfikar


    Salah Zulfikar, one of Egypt's and the Arab World's great movie stars started his career as a police officer and a professor at the Police Academy.

  9. Reda Caire

    Reda Caire


    Reda Caire (real name: Joseph Gandhour) (1908–1963) was a popular singer of operettes in Paris in the 1930s and 1950s.

  10. Paul Ghalioungui

    Paul Ghalioungui


    Paul Ghalioungui or Ghalioungi (1908–1987) (Arabic: بول غليونجي‎), MD (Cairo), MRCP (Lond), Professor of Medicine and former Chairman of Internal Medicine department, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University. An Egyptian endocrinologist, historian of Egyptian medicine, Egyptologist and an authority on Pharaonic medicine, he wrote a vivid history of Egyptian medicine in English, French, Arabic, German, and Spanish.

  11. Zakaria Botros

    Zakaria Botros


    Zakaria Botros (Arabic: زكريا بطرس‎, born on 24 October 1934) is a Coptic priest from Egypt. He worked as a priest in Australia in 1992. He has a Bachelors of Arts in History. He is best known for his critiques of the Qur'an and other books of Islam. World Magazine gave Father Botros the Daniel of the Year award in 2008. He has been named "Islam's public enemy No. 1" by Arabic newspaper al Insan al Jadeed. Al-Qaeda has put a $60 million bounty on his head.

  12. Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawi

    Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawi


    Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawi (Arabic: محمد سعيد العشماوى‎, 1932 – 7 November 2013) was an Egyptian Supreme Court justice and former head of the Court of State Security and a specialist in comparative and Islamic law at Cairo University. He has been described as "one of the most influential liberal Islamic thinkers today," who "has had to rely on round-the-clock police protection due to death threats from Egyptian militants."

  13. Essam E. Khalil

    Essam E. Khalil


    Essam Eldin Khalil Hassan Khalil is an Egyptian Mechanical Engineer. Khalil is a professor in the mechanical power department at Cairo University. He is the author and co-author of several international researches in HVAC field. He has many years of experience in delivering courses in air-conditioning to University, college students, to building managers and maintenance staff in both the industrial and commercial sectors in Egypt, the Arabian countries and worldwide. He has been selected by various universities and international organisations to lecture to graduate and post graduate level engineers, managers, supervisors and operating personnel on the subjects of HVAC design and optimisation, HVAC system management, energy utilization, waste heat recovery, plant management and other related subjects.

  14. Maria al-Qibtiyya

    Maria al-Qibtiyya


    Maria al-Qibtiyya (Arabic: ?) (alternatively, "Maria Qupthiya"), or Maria the Copt, (died 637) was an Egyptian Coptic Christian (who turned into a Muslim wife of the prophet according to Sunni Islam) slave who was sent as a gift from Muqawqis, a Byzantine official, to the Islamic prophet Muhammad in 628. According to some Islamic accounts, she was Muhammad's wife, and therefore a "Mother of the Believers" (Arabic: Ummahat-al-Mu'mineen), other sources such as Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya talk about her being only a concubine. She was the mother of Muhammad's son Ibrahim, who died in infancy. Her sister, Sirin, was also sent to Muhammad. Muhammad gave her to his follower Hassan ibn Thabit. Maria never remarried after Muhammad's death in 632, and died five years later. Her birthdate is unknown. No primary source mentions her age.

  15. Mamdouh Farag

    Mamdouh Farag


    Mamdouh Farag is a retired Egyptian professional wrestler. He is now the host of a sports wresting show in Egypt this show is on Nile Sport every Friday night his name is (al darbah al quadiah)masterstrock at 11 PM.

  16. Gamal al-Banna

    Gamal al-Banna


    Gamal al-Banna (also: Jamal al-Banna, Arabic: جمال البنا‎; ‎ 15 December 1920 – 30 January 2013) was an Egyptian author, and trade unionist. He was the youngest brother of Hassan al-Banna (1906–49), founder of the Muslim Brotherhood. Al-Banna was considered a liberal scholar, known for his criticism of Islamic traditional narratives rejecting 635 Hadiths of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim which he finds contradictory to the Qur'an. He was a great-uncle of the Swiss Muslim academic and writer Tariq Ramadan.

  17. Sayyid Al-Qemany

    Sayyid Al-Qemany


    Sayyid Al-Qemany (Arabic: سيد محمد القمني‎ born March 13, 1947 in Beni Suef) is an Egyptian writer and thinker. Al-Qemany is a controversial writer. His works emphasize the importance of critical thinking, and he is an opponent of Islamic fundamentalism, supporting separation of religion and state, and tolerance. He has been awarded the Egyptian Culture Ministry's 2009 prize for achievement in the social sciences of 200,000 Egyptian pounds (about $US36,000). The bestowing of the award launched "a judicial and media campaign demanding" its withdrawal by those who claim Al-Qimni is a heretic who has "harmed Islam and the Muslims with his writings". Al-Qemany regards himself a follower of Mu'tazila.

  18. Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali

    Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali


    Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali (Arabic: أحمد محمّد حامد علي‎) (circa 1965 - 2010) was an Egyptian national wanted by the United States government in connection with the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi.

  19. Laila Iskandar Kamel

    Laila Iskandar Kamel


    Laila Iskandar Kamel is an Egyptian environmentalist. She was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize in 1994, in particular for her organizing of garbage recycling in the Kairo district.

  20. Mahmoud Jaballah

    Mahmoud Jaballah


    Mahmoud Es-Sayyid Jaballah (Arabic: ?) is an Egyptian-Canadian who has been detained in Canada without charge on a "security certificate" since August 2001 due to his association with members of al-Jihad. He has consistently defended himself saying that he does not believe in violence, and just because he phones or visits people, does not mean that he shares their beliefs.

  21. Mohamed Sanad

    Mohamed Sanad


    Mohamed Sanad is an Egyptian antenna scientist and professor in Cairo University faculty of engineering, in the computer engineering department at the Cairo University Faculty of Engineering teaching antenna design..

  22. Muhammad Metwali Alsharawi

    Muhammad Metwali Alsharawi


    Muhammad Mutawalli Ash-Sha'raawi (Arabic: محمد متولي الشعراوي‎) (April 5, 1911– June 17, 1998) was an Islamic scholar and former Egyptian minister of Endowments. He has been called one of Egypt's most popular and successful Islamic preachers, and "one of the most-prominent symbols of popular Egyptian culture" in the decades of 1970, 80s and 90s.

  23. Essam Marzouk

    Essam Marzouk


    An Egyptian resident of British Columbia, Essam Hafez Mohammed Marzouk (عصام حافظ محمد مرزوق) arrived in Vancouver, Canada in 1993 as a refugee fleeing persecution in Pakistan. He was one of 14 people subjected to extraordinary rendition by the CIA prior to the 2001 declaration of a War on Terror.

  24. Muhammed Hussein Heikal

    Muhammed Hussein Heikal


    Muhammad Husayn Haykal (also spelled Haikal or Heikal or Heykal Arabic: محمد حسين هيكل‎ August 20, 1888 – December 8, 1956) was an Egyptian writer, journalist, politician and Minister of Education in Egypt.

  25. Maged Shawky

    Maged Shawky


    Maged Shawky (Egyptian) was the chairman of the Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchange since July 2005, after being the deputy chairman for almost a year. He resigned in 2010. He had also represented the Regulator (Capital Market Authority) as a board member of the Exchange for three years. He held the position of Senior Assistant to the Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade for Securities Markets issues for around 12 years.

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