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  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1949-07)
    The article features the different activities of the Ladies Group, a modest independent philanthropy institute located in the busy suburb of Sayyida Zainab, Cairo. The Group aims at the promotion of women ethically, ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1949-08)
    The article affirms that the Bint al Nil Association has no intention whatsoever to violate religious and traditional norms. On the contrary, it is bound to the lofty teachings of religion. The author further explains ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1949-09)
    The article denounces a decision by the Minister of Education banning women’s participation in sport competitions. The author challenges the decision maintaining that women will fight for their stance no matter how long ...
  • Housewife 
    Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1949-10)
    The article comes in response to claims that Bint al Nil magazine encourages women to enter the labor market and engage in political life at the expense of their domestic responsibilities. The author maintains that the ...
  • Al-Zabbaa 
    Ibrahim Hasan, Ali (Bint Al Nil, 1949-10)
    The article traces the life of al-Zabba’, highlighting her great courage in wars and her social wit. She ruled Iraq and managed to bring victory to her people. The article relates the tragic end of al-Zabba’.
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1949-11)
    The theme of this article is Indonesian women who are renowned for offering great support to their husbands. An example is a lady called Naya' Din who, after her husband's death, led the army until the last day of her life. ...
  • Ibrahim Hasan, Ali (Bint Al Nil, 1949-11)
    The article is about "old Saniyyah", a true heroine. She played a great role during the Orabi Revolution. Unfortunately, history remembers only kings, not the soldiers. History knows only little about "old Saniyyah" for a ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1949-12)
    The article shows how schools in Spain bring up girls to be primarily good mothers, but if war breaks out between their country and another, they turn into soldiers fighting like men. The article describes a girls' school ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1949-12)
    The article talks about a serious decision made by Bint al Nil Association, namely the eradication of illiteracy in both males and females. The author explains that the purpose is to shut off masculine grumblings that a ...
  • Fathy, Hassan (1950-03)
    Orientation: Landscape --Dimensions: H 17 cm x W 33 cm --HF’s signature: --Copy --Scale: --Size Scale: Size 1 (approx. 30x42cm) --Sheet Content: Architectural --Standard Set (final product) -- ...
  • Bayoumi, Awatef (Bint Al Nil, 1950-03)
    The article features the late Princess Chevikar, first wife of King Fuad I of Egypt. It acknowledges her philanthropic efforts which include the establishment of numerous schools, hospitals in addition to charity houses.
  • Comments 
    Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1950-03)
    This article shares survey results and recommendations on the Bint al Nil (Daughter of the Nile) Association published in al-Masri (The Egyptian) newspaper. The author points out that feedback results show that supporters ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1950-04)
    This article is about the launch of the first school women literacy school in the poor district of Bulaq. The author asserts that this nascent school will not be the last, and that more efforts will be exerted to eradicate ...
  • Mohammed, Fathi (Bint Al Nil, 1950-04)
    This article describes the relationship between art and women’s rights for art was the first to pave the way for women’s participation alongside men. The author points out that women enjoyed such a special status that ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1950-04)
    The article features the opening of the first women’s literacy school in the Bulaq district. A variety of food and drinks were served to the many guests who gathered in an amicable cooperative atmosphere.
  • Al-Qleeny, Rawhia (Bint Al Nil, 1950-04)
    In this article, Rawhiyya Al Kileeni, addresses young Egyptian women to motivate them to achieve higher goals at their universities through active engagement in the Egyptian community, in order to assert the equal and ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1950-06)
    This article talks about women’s engagement in art production. Following the French model, many Egyptian films were produced by female producers such as Asia, Marie Queeny and Madiha Yousry.
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1950-06)
    This article is about an art exhibition by the Youth Art Group consisting of three female and five male painters. All featured works are described in detail including the name of the artist.
  • Om Salmah 
    Ibrahim Hassan, Ali (Bint Al Nil, 1950-06)
    This article relates the story of Um-Salma. A woman of noble descent, Um-Salma was the widow Abu-Salma to whom she had borne several children. Abu Salma died as he was mortally wounded in the battle of Uhud. The Prophet ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1950-06)
    The author maintains that adherence to traditions is a crucial element of modern culture. She urges her generation to hold on to religious values and traditions inherited from their ancestors, being the best way to prosperity.