(Dodi Al-Fayed) Emad El-Din Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodi Al-Fayed"
Eli Cohen ( December 26, 1924 - May 18, 1965) was a celebrated Israeli spy. Born in Egypt, Cohen contributed to pro-Israeli activities in Egypt during the 1950s, but the most important part of his career began when he was recruited into Israeli military intelligence in 1960. He was given a false identity as a Syrian Arab who was returning to Syria after living in Argentina. To establish his cover, Cohen moved to Argentina in 1961 and early the following year moved to Damascus. For the next few years, using the alias Kamel Amin Tsa'abet (also commonly pronounced Sa'bet or Tha'bet), Cohen successfully gained the confidence of many Syrian military and government officials, and sent intelligence to Israel by radio, secret letters, and occasionally by visiting Israel in person. His most famous achievement was to tour the Syrian fortifications on the Golan Heights. In 1964 his control was transferred to Mossad as part of an intelligence reorganization. In January 1965 he was caught in the act of sending a radio message by hired USSR experts after large amounts of radio interference brought attention. After a trial he was found guilty of espionage and publicly hanged on May 18 1965. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eli Cohen"
Ester Akhnoukh Fanous ( ar: إستر فانوس), also known as Ester Wissa (born February 19, 1895, Assiut, Egypt) was the daughter of doctor Akhnoukh Fanous and Balsam Wissa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ester Fanous"
Faeka AlReafi is a Member of the Pan-African Parliament from Egypt. He is also Chairman of the Committee on NEPAD in the People's Assembly of Egypt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Faeka AlReafi"
Dr. Farag Foda ...more on Wikipedia about "Farag Foda"
Dr. Farkhonda Hassan ( Arabic: الدكتورة فرخندة حسن) is a professor of Geology at the American University in Cairo (AUC) and is chair of the Commission on Human Development and Local Administration of the Shoura Assembly (Second House of the Egyptian Parliament). ...more on Wikipedia about "Farkhonda Hassan"
Farouk El-Baz is an Egyptian-born scientist who worked with NASA training astronauts in lunar observations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Farouk El-Baz"
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Faten Hamama ( Arabic: فاتن حمامه) (born May 27, 1931 in Al Mansurah, Egypt) is an Egyptian actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Faten Hamama"
Gamal Abdel Nasser ( Arabic: جمال عبد الناصر; also transliterated Jamal Abd an-Nasr and other variants) ( January 15, 1918 – September 28, 1970) was the second President of Egypt after Muhammad Naguib and is considered one of the most important Arab leaders in history. He was the foremost exponent of Arab Nationalism during the 1950s and 1960s, in the form of Nasserism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gamal Abdel Nasser"
Gamal Mubarak ( Arabic: جمال مبارك ), or ...more on Wikipedia about "Gamal Mubarak"
Gameel Al-Batouti ( February 2, 1940 – October 31, 1999) was a pilot for EgyptAir, his home country's national airline. A former officer for the Egyptian Air Force, Batouti and 216 other people were killed when Flight 990 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean 60 miles SE of Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, on October 31, 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gameel Al-Batouti"
(Gazbia Sirry) Born: 1925 ...more on Wikipedia about "Gazbia Sirry"
George Elmacin, Elmakin or Elmacinus (c. 1223-1274) was the author of a history of the Saracens, which extends from the time of Mohammed to the year 1118 of our era. He was a Christian of Egypt, where he was born; is known in the east as Ibn-Amid; and after holding an official position under the sultans of Egypt, died at Damascus. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Elmacin"
(Hakim (Egyptian singer)) Musical Styles: ...more on Wikipedia about "Hakim (Egyptian singer)"
Hassan al Banna ( October 14, 1906 - February 12, 1949, Arabic: ...more on Wikipedia about "Hassan al Banna"
Hassan Fathy ( Arabic: حسن فتحى ) ...more on Wikipedia about "Hassan Fathy"
Prof. Dr. Hassan Hanafi (حسن حنفی) (b. 1935 in Egypt) ...more on Wikipedia about "Hassan Hanafi"
Heshmat Fahmi is a member of the Pan-African Parliament and a member of the People's Assembly of Egypt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heshmat Fahmi"
Hoda Shaarawi ( Arabic: هدى شعراوى ) (born June 22, 1879 died December 12, 1947) was a pioneer Egyptian feminist leader and nationalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoda Shaarawi"
Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak ( Arabic : محمد حسنى سيد مبارك ) (born May 4, 1928) commonly known as Hosni Mubarak ( Arabic: حسنى مبارك ) has been the fourth President of Egypt for twenty four years, since 14 October 1981. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hosni Mubarak"
Hossam Ramzy ( Arabic: حسام رمزى ) was born in Cairo, Egypt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hossam Ramzy"
Hussein Fahmy, ( Arabic: حسين فهمى ) born in 1940 in Cairo, Egypt. He is the brother of actor Mustafa Fahmy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hussein Fahmy"
Ibn Hisham, Abu Muhammad Abd al-Malik (d. 834) edited the biography of Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq. Ibn Ishaq's work is lost and is now only known in the recension of Ibn Hisham. Ibn Hisham was born in Egypt, studied in Kufa but lived afterwards in Egypt, where he gained a name as a grammarian and student of language and history. His family was of Himyarite origin and he also wrote a work on South Arabian antiquities, Kitab al-Tijan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ibn Hisham"
Ihab al-Sherif (January 1954 - July 2005) was the Egyptian envoy to Iraq. He was previously the Chargé d'affaires to Israel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ihab al-Sherif"
Ihab Hassan (born 1925) is a literary theorist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ihab Hassan"
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