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4 Habits to quit this Ramadan

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Ramadan-Kareem

Everything changes during Ramadan; working hours, eating diets, our own habits and lifestyle. We have been seeing the same habits and mistakes over and over each Ramadan.

Here are 4 habits you need to stop doing during Ramadan:

Being Too Angry:

Fasting shouldn’t be an excuse for throwing a tantrum anywhere during the day. On the contrary, fasting is about controlling yourself, not letting your hunger and thirst take over your human morals. Threatening others that you will fast because of something you don’t please is getting childish. Fasting is controlling your hunger, thirst and attitude.

Eating too much:

Fasting is not easy, specially the last few hours before Iftar and you feel like you are about to die out of hunger. Extreme hunger can lead to eat way too much from Iftar to Sohour, not keeping in mind the health risks you put yourself through; never mind the fact that excessive eating goes against what the holy month is all about. Also, your body is not capable of saving up food or water for later, over eating and drinking won’t make it easier for you the next day.

Judging People:

Remember that you fast by your own choice; judging others because they don’t fast or they are from another religion who happen to eat or drink in the straight isn’t very mature. You fast for spiritual and religious reasons; shaming others isn’t spiritual nor religious.

Unproductivity:

Although we get less working hours during Ramadan, some people remain unproductive. Fasting was never an excuse to procrastinate during your day; being productive is actually a part of the ritual. Try to create a routine for yourself during the day to be as productive as you can; make time for work, prayers and TV shows.

Don’t use fasting as an excuse for anything negative; it is the holy month, so make the best of it.

Happy Ramadan

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Asmaa Abul-Yazeid Won Best Actress In Elia Short Film Festival

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The Egyptian beauty Asmaa Abul-Yazeid won best actress award for her role in the movie ‘Ma Te3lash 3an el Hageb‘ in Elia Short Film Festival.

 

The movie is written by Haitham Dabour and directed by Tamer El-Ashry, which marks the second collaboration between them both after the success of their recent film ‘Photocopy.’

The movie stars Asmaa Abul-Yazid alongside Mariam EL-Khosht, a strong duo that certainly fits the category of best actresses.

Elia short films festival is an annual film festival which is entirely organized by an independent Palestinian initiative entitled “We have a Cinema”, in partnership with the local cultural and community organizations in Jerusalem.

‘The festival presents a cinematic experience filled with the highlight of and the newest Palestinian, Arabic, and International films. That tells stories of humanitarian cases increasing the public’s awareness socially and culturally.’

 

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Al-Da7ee7 Show Shortlisted For the IBC Social Impact Award

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Al-Da7ee7 show has been shortlisted for the prestigious IBC Social Impact Award which is one of the most recognized awards for young influencers.

The IBC Social Impact Award, which will be presented for the first time in 2019, recognizes those who are accomplishing positive impact in the wider world.

 

“The decision facing us as judges was tremendously hard. The quality of the entries was exceptionally high, and all the initiatives submitted have real purpose. This reflects what’s going on in the industry worldwide. There is a real shift, a positive drive to not just create and deliver great content, but to do it with the best people from the widest range of backgrounds, with real audience engagement, and with the smallest possible environmental footprint.” Ade Rawcliffe, Head of Diversity, ITV & Chair of the Social Impact Award Judging Panel, stated.

 

 

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Ahmed Malek to Star in the Australian Movie ‘The Furnace’ Alongside David Wenham

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The rising star Ahmed Malek is set to star in the Australian movie ‘The Furnace’ alongside veteran actor David Wenham. 

The adventure drama is directed by Roderick MacKay, with production by Timothy White, the plot takes place in the nineties of Western Australia.

 

The movie will take us back to the gold rush of 1890s in Western Australia, it is an unusual hero’s tale who is navigating greed and in search for identity in a new foreign land. It also highlights the neglected history of Australia’s ‘Ghan’ cameleers, predominantly Muslim and Sikh men from India, Afghanistan and Persia, who navigated through the country’s desert and created a bond with the local Aboriginal people.

Malek, who was named among the Rising Stars at Toronto Film Festival in 2018, will play the role of a camel driver who teams up with Wenham, a bushman and together they try to outsmart zealous troopers.

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