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TikTok join forces with Arab Hope Makers to Promote Good Deeds



TikTok users in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are given the chance to share their good deeds online in a new challenge, that was launched in partnership with the Arab Hope Makers initiative, which aims to promote the value of giving in communities.

TikTok, the world’s leading short-form video platform, has joined hands with the Arab Hope Makers initiative, the largest of its kind to celebrate stories of hope in the region, enabling its users to share their kind acts and deeds on the platform; therefore encouraging others to follow their steps and make positive contributions to the people around them. 

Under the umbrella of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI), the challenge embodies the Arab Hope Makers initiative’s vision to spread hope and instill the value of giving to fight despair and pessimism in the Arab World.

This initiative is happening through the harnessing of the creativity of its MENA user community, in which users will share positive gestures through short videos, the #arabhopemakers challenge aims to instill the sense of giving in society. The challenge, running from April 5-15, is designed to encourage users to make a difference and unite towards pursuing a humanitarian goal.

Moreover, It pushes content creators into starting a good deed and sharing it on the platform, thus inspiring others to do a similar good deed of their own.

To celebrate the meaningful initiative, TikTok is giving users access to the official AHM song “Hope Makers” by Emirati singer Hussain Al Jasmi, and creating a special “Hope Makers” effect for challenge participants.

At the end of the challenge, ten creators will stand a chance to win tickets to the Arab Hope Makers final ceremony taking place in Dubai

Many Arab celebrities will be joining the campaign to celebrate hope in the Arab world, including top social influencer and MBC TV presenter Joelle Mardinian, skate roll professional Hassan Bin Mahfouz, ranked No.1 in Asia and 10th in the world, along with his brother Hussein Bin Mahfouz.

So far, the enthusiasm shown by TikTok’s community of creators in the region has been overwhelming, with as many as 3000 videos created as part of the challenge, racking up a total of 22.2 million views.  

Join the #arabhopemakers (#صناع_الأمل) cause today; by share your good deed and inspiring others via the TikTok platform!

Here is a glimpse of users’ participation in the initiative, that we have felt blessed to watch!

For more, visit the TikTok platform.

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Farida Osman and Rana El-Kaliouby Make it to ‘BBC 100 Women 2019’ List




BBC 100 Women 2019,”is a recently published list by the BBC that sheds the light on the most influential women of the world through highlighting their achievements, in an attempt to answer the question of “What would the future look like if it were driven by women?”

The list included 15 names from Arab countries which makes 15% of the list influential Arab women, of those Arabs are two incredibly strong and ambitious Egyptian women, Farida Osman and Rana El Kaliouby. 

Rana El Kaliouby is an Egyptian scientist, and as the co-founder and CEO of the MIT startup Affectiva, she has contributed greatly in the fields of facial expression recognition research and technology development. Her company now has 2 million faces in its repository, which is the world’s largest facial emotion repository.

Farida Osman, the Egyptian swimmer who we have been praising her career since 2017 following her first individual title at the NCAA. The athlete holds the African record in the 50-meter freestyle race and the Egyptian records for the 100-meter freestyle and butterfly races. She never failed to leave us in awe and this year, BBC recognizes Osman for her bronze medal victory at the World Swimming Championship. 

Congratulations to both ladies for landing their rightful places in such a prestigious list, among the world’s most inspiring women!


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It’s Official: Bella Hadid Is The Most Beautiful Woman in the World




Palestinian Supermodel Bella Hadid has officially been declared as the most beautiful woman in the world according to a Harley Street plastic surgeon who used an ancient mathematical formula to prove it.

Dr. Julian De Silva utilized an ancient Greek formula, known as the Golden Ratio of Phi, that was used in the past by the Greeks in measuring beauty and analyzing faces to solve mysteries behind a beautiful face.

Now according to this technique used, Bella Hadid came on top of the list even beating Beyoncé who came in second followed by Gigi Hadid, Katy Perry, Amber Heard, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Kate Moss, Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, and Cara Delevingne.

According to the calculations done by De Silve, Haidid’s facial proportions were found to be 94.35% ‘accurate’ according the Golden Ratio of Beauty, making her the most beautiful face out of all the celebrities that followed her on the list.

Below is the top 10 most beautiful list:

1. Bella Hadid – 94.35%
2. Beyonce – 92.55%
3. Amber Heard – 91.85%
4. Ariana Grande – 91.81%
5. Taylor Swift – 91.64%
6. Kate Moss – 91.05%
7. Scarlett Johansson – 90.91%
8. Natalie Portman – 90.51%
9. Katy Perry – 90.08%
10.Cara Delevingne – 89.99%

I mean talk about beauty standards, am I right?

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Pilots Suspended For Allowing Mohamed Ramadan into the Cockpit




According to Egypt’s Civil Aviation Ministry, a pilot and co-pilot got suspended after superstar Mohamed Ramadan shared a video of him flying the jet himself and it went viral.

The civil aviation ministry confirmed the legitimacy of the video, however, the plane belongs to a private Egyptian jets company and not Egyptair.

The video has went viral in no time, after the star posted a photo on Instagram in the cockpit and then a video on Twitter. The star was heading to Riyadh to participate in the Joy Forum, and people found it impressive that he apparently can now fly a plane.


“In a first of its kind experience, I will go drive the plane,” Ramadan says in the video he shared on Twitter, and a man in the background of the video is heard saying, “I  swear to God, Mohamed Ramadan is the one driving the plane now.”



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