Ahmed Mourad is an Egyptian author and screenwriter of fiction and non-fiction. Contents Another two significant works worth mention are the novel,, published in and The Land of God (Arabic: أرض الإله), published in Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. , Ahmed Mourad Source: Goodreads. His fourth novel, , The novel’s events take place in ; the Egyptian Revolution.

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Until a mysterious murder occurs that changed his entire life. Egypt, Germany and the maintenance of the modern world.

It is a world of cold emotions where social relations are technologized enough to create unbreakable distances between humans.

Trying to deceive pain. His graduation projects achieved many awards in European film festivals. Later, it was made into a theatrical movie, The Blue Elephant Arabic: How scared are aumed to acknowledge contrasting ideologies? Previous Article Tamer Habib: Boycotting Israel in Lebanon. Tell us what you think.

Ahmed Mourad’s Latest Egyptian Saga

Wikiquote has quotations related to: The outcome is a number of well-calculated political, societal and humanitarian assumptions that prove that this reputable novelist has done his homework. Ahmed Mourad on IMDb. Egypt portal Literature portal Biography portal. Augmented aymed, robots and reincarnation will wow you enough, and that is the bate that Mourad first throws for you to catch until you are officially hooked.

What is he trying to get at? HoweverThe film was published on June 25, across Egypt to a mixed critical reception from audiences and critics alike. You are going to come out of it questioning everything.

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. The novel was translated into 3 languages by different publishing houses, in Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ahmed Mourad. Villains successfully smear the reputations of noble men who have fought for freedom mouurad justice, friends turn against each other, the hero finds himself alone and alienated, and the masses are happy with a fake victory, refusing to believe that they could have decided their own destiny.


Mourad’s breakthrough novel, The Blue Elephant Arabic: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In this novel, Mourad tackles corruption within different social classes in an intriguing way that captures the reader’s mind. The semi-fictional Kira sees Nazly for the first time at Mourae al-Omma. Retrieved from ” https: Egyptian novelists births Living people. A second love story emerges in a skillfully woven drama built around Warda, an Armenian ahmex who fate throws into the hands of a prostitute-turned-madam called Bomba and a pimp called Salama, after her parents die from a respiratory infection known as the Spanish flu.

This page was last edited on 6 Decemberat In his fifth novel, Land of GodAhmad Mourad follows one of the ancient secrets that was cleverly hidden between the lines of the mouurad sacred books of Egyptian civilization. But Mourad, we will have you know that we are no deer in the jungle you constructed, or any jungle for that matter! The Blue Elephant Source: Ahmed Saad The speedy departure from reality, sanity and everything moufad hold as truth grants Mourad enough space to play with our minds.

Land of God Source: The novel won the Mediterranean award in from Italy. They apparently bragged about leaving his body to rot and by picked at by vultures before Turkish police found it days later.

It follows a photographer in a high-class Cairo nightclub who witnesses his friend murdered in a fight between young rival businessmen. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


The story begins with the protagonist Taha who is living a normal boring life, and works as a medical representative at a pharmaceuticals company.

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A romance starts as Kira begins recruiting potential activists for the Black Hand. The story of Samir, a family man who loses his job at the bank, later learns about the dark side of Egyptian life when he is recruited to be a part of a secret society. A year later, it was shortlisted for the Arabic Booker award in Initially, the cover image of a sad woman in her 20s with runny mascara staring diabolically into her own reflection seems to signal an engaging thriller, in which the numbers turn out to be a secret code to unravel a mystery or solve a crime.

Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful. And it is almost shocking to read a book by Mourad that does not involve solving a mystery or breaking a curse. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. There is no room for temporary justifications, band-aids, or painkillers on board of this novel. Why is Mourad promoting sexist ideas?

Views Read Edit View history. Mourad’s most highly-rated book is currently being adapted into a film directed by Marwan Hamed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. By Hader Hisham Contributor. Trying to help him, Yehia unravels mysteries he never thought existed in this world. Do you approve of the ranking of the list?

Another two significant works worth mention are the novel , published in and The Land of God Arabic: