Browsing Bint al-Nil Journal by Title

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  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1951-11)
    This article talks about the visit of Bint Al Nil to women phone operators to investigate why there have been complaints against them. The real problem is not with the phone operators who work with dedication but in the ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1952-01)
    The article features a celebration organized by the Bint Al Nil Union and attended by high-profile statesmen. During the event, the Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Education commended on the Union’s efforts. Dr. Doria ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1952-03)
    This article covers a visit to the Red Crescent ladies for a closer look at the efforts made by those ladies led by Princess Faiqa. Reference is also made to the role played by the President of the Egyptian Red Crescent ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1949-05)
    The article explores the history of the Cairo Ladies Club; its establishment, terms of membership, activities (such as sewing) and support given to some charity houses. The Club issues a monthly newsletter to highlight its ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1956-08)
    This article is about atomic weapons and ways to overcome them. The author calls for a new kind of weapon to resist atomic enmity, pointing out that women have a great responsibility in this regard that starts by nurturing ...
  • Al-Hadidi, Badrshah (Bint Al Nil, 1949-04)
    The article focuses on the Charitable Organization of Princess Ferial established in 1941, and King Farouk’s fostering care. The author describes in elaboration the services rendered at the Organization, commending its ...
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    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, 1957-05)
    In this article, Doria Shafik sounds the alarm on the looming threat of international communism and its attempts to invade the Arab East. Special reference is made to what happened in Communist Hungary where legitimate ...
  • N., B. (Bint Al Nil, 1951-09)
    This articles talks about the opening of a girls school in Old Cairo. This school has three departments: a department of nursing, a department of children’s education and a section for nannies. The school hopes to graduate ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1951-04)
    Doria Shafik talks in this article about an international conference that the Bint Al Nil Union was invited to attend in Athens. Doria Shafiq sees in this conference a great opportunity for the advancement of Egyptian ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1954-07)
    This article is about the assignment of a cup for academic journalism for the first time in the Cairo University. The article also features the award distribution ceremony.
  • 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 ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1954-05)
    This article is about a social project jointly by the Bint Al Nil Union and three major stores where meals are served to the ‘female’ workers who work at each these stores at a nominal cost.
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1956-10)
    The article traces the stances taken of Egyptian women throughout history. Women fought side by side with men during the 1919 Revolution for freedom of their country. In 1924, Hoda Shaarawi led the Egyptian feminist movement ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1951-11)
    In this article, Doria Shafik invites all Egyptians, especially women, to defend their country against colonization. Shafik demands that women carry weapons and stand side by side with the men, since this is part of the ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1951-02)
    This article talks about Egyptian women who took up journalism as a profession, one that is often referred to as the profession of “looking for trouble”. The article mentions a few names of Egyptian women who had a major ...
  • Bint Al Nil (Bint Al Nil, 1952-10)
    The article calls on the Egyptian Government to issue a body of laws that regulate family matters, given that genuine community reform begins at home. The article also maintains that more attention should be given to young ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1956-07)
    This article talks about freedom of the press which was brought back to life on the very day that the last British soldier stepped out of Egypt after almost 74 of occupation.
  • Ibrahim Hassan, Ali (Bint Al Nil, 1946)
    The article highlights the role of women in Islam using examples from Islamic history to illustrate this role. Women for instance went to battle jointly with men to fight and attend to the wounded; Rokaika Bint Sayfee ...
  • 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 ...