Moringa of the Tree of Life by Muhammad Umar

Moringa of the Tree of Life: Super Green Food for Increasing Everything from Energy, Weight Loss, Skin, Muscle Building, Bone and Joint Health, Detox Immunity Boosting to Age Reversal by Muhammad Umar
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Overview: Moringa stories spread from across ancient Africa to Asia and today to the West. Moringa is known for being as one of nature’s most nutritious plant. Dried moringa leaves were found in ancient Egyptian tombs to help preserve the mummified bodies for thousands of year. Moringa hit the media circuits when the professional boxer Mayweather accused Pacquiao of using steroids. Pacquiao’s camp credited his strength and power from consuming moringa/malunggay leaves; which is a standard local staple that he eats regularly to help fuel his body and aid in the recovery process. The secret to his power revealed was none other than moringa, the natural steroid. Moringa is like science fiction, it is the type of food you would see people eat in Star Trek. Speaking of science fiction, moringa was central theme in the classic movies Dune and the Matrix. In the movie Dune, the spice is the most important substance in the empire known as melange, which is used all over the universe and is a sign of wealth. Duke Atreides notes that of every valuable commodity known to mankind, "all fades before melange." It has many special properties, such as extending life and expanding consciousness. In the movie Matrix, the crew of Nebuchadnezzar were shown eating a type of food reminiscent of porridge, described as the "breakfast of champions,"served on board as a single celled protein combined with synthetic amino, vitamins, and minerals. Everything the body needs. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Risible Rhymes by Muhammad ibn Mahfuz al-Sanhuri

Risible Rhymes by Muhammad ibn Mahfuz al-Sanhuri
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Overview: Written in mid-17th century Egypt, Risible Rhymes is a short, comic disquisition on "rural" verse, mocking the pretensions and absurdities of uneducated poets from Egypt’s countryside. Like al-Shirbini’s Brains Confounded, written some forty years later, it combines a biting satire on Egyptian rural society with a hilarious parody of the verse-and-commentary genre so beloved by scholars of the day. The two texts also share six overlapping short poems, which suggests that they emanate from a common corpus of pseudo-rural verse that circulated in Ottoman Egypt.

Nothing is known about the author, al-Sanhuri, who likely hailed from Egypt’s Fayyum region, although he describes his text as having been written at the behest of an unnamed friend. Alongside the later Brains Confounded, al-Sanhuri’s Risible Rhymes provides further evidence of a hitherto unrecognized genre of Arabic literature during this period, namely, mock-scholarly commentary on verse of supposedly rural provenance. Preoccupation with the countryside as a cultural, social, economic, and religious locus in its own right is unique in pre-twentieth-century Arabic literature.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Literary Criticism

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Risible Rhymes by Muhammad ibn Mahfuz al-Sanhuri

Risible Rhymes by Muhammad ibn Mahfuz al-Sanhuri
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Overview: Written in mid-17th century Egypt, Risible Rhymes is a short, comic disquisition on "rural" verse, mocking the pretensions and absurdities of uneducated poets from Egypt’s countryside. Like al-Shirbini’s Brains Confounded, written some forty years later, it combines a biting satire on Egyptian rural society with a hilarious parody of the verse-and-commentary genre so beloved by scholars of the day. The two texts also share six overlapping short poems, which suggests that they emanate from a common corpus of pseudo-rural verse that circulated in Ottoman Egypt.

Nothing is known about the author, al-Sanhuri, who likely hailed from Egypt’s Fayyum region, although he describes his text as having been written at the behest of an unnamed friend. Alongside the later Brains Confounded, al-Sanhuri’s Risible Rhymes provides further evidence of a hitherto unrecognized genre of Arabic literature during this period, namely, mock-scholarly commentary on verse of supposedly rural provenance. Preoccupation with the countryside as a cultural, social, economic, and religious locus in its own right is unique in pre-twentieth-century Arabic literature.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Literary Criticism

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The Rohingya Crisis by Muhammad Abdul Bari

The Rohingya Crisis: A People Facing Extinction by Muhammad Abdul Bari
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Overview: Widely-known as the world’s most persecuted minority group, the Rohingya in Myanmar are now facing extinction. Denied citizenship rights, denied their very ethnic identity, hundreds of thousands have fled Rakhine State in Myanmar over the border into Bangladesh, where they face squalid conditions.

Many have witnessed death, mutilation and rape, as well as whole villages, what they called home, burning to ashes. Leading British Muslim fi gure Muhammad Abdul Bari has no doubt that what the Rohingya have been subject to, is genocide.

In this concise but powerfully argued book, he brings to light the scale and barbarity of their suff ering and argues that the international community, through the UN, must ensure their full repatriation with full citizen rights to their homeland.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Muhammad Ali Visual Encyclopedia by DK

Muhammad Ali Visible Encyclopedia by DK
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Overview: A complete have a look at the life of 1 the best sports activities superstars of the 20th Century, Muhammad Ali-boxer, anti-Vietnam Conflict activist, civil rights campaigner, advocate for Parkinson’s victims, and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

From a humble upbringing in segregated Louisville, Kentucky, Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. went on to turn out to be Muhammad Ali, Olympic gold medalist, three-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world, and in his personal phrases "the best..
Style: Non-Fiction > Common

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At Home with Muhammad Ali by Hana Ali

At Home with Muhammad Ali: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Forgiveness by Hana Ali
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Overview: From the daughter of Muhammad Ali comes an intimate portrait of the heavyweight boxing champion and a final love letter from a daughter to her father.

Through audio journals, love letters and cherished memories, Ali’s daughter Hana tells the story of a very typical and yet fully-unique family, the rise and fall of her parent’s marriage and the struggles they faced as a family surrounding Ali’s loss to Larry Holmes in 1981.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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