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Mersa Matruh (Arabic: مرسى مطروح , IPA: [ˈmæɾsæ mɑtˤˈɾuːħ]) is a port in Egypt, capital of Matrouh Governorate.It is 240 km (150 mi) west of Alexandria and 222 km (138 mi) from Sallum on the main highway from the Nile Delta to the Libyan border. Another highway leads south from the town, toward the Western Desert and Siwa Oasis and Bahariya Oasis.
Abdallah Matroud is one of the most known Saudi reciters of the Holy Qur''an.. Abdallah Matroud''s recitations are broadcasted regularly in many TV Channels and radio stations of the Arab world.. Abdallah Matroud had participated to numerous events and meetings of different subjects like The Human Creation, Alfarouq''s Biography, Moses story, Firawn story
Biography. Mona Hatoum was born in 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon to Palestinian parents. Although born in Lebanon, Hatoum was ineligible for a Lebanese Identifiion Card, and does not identify as Lebanese. As she grew up, her family did not support her desire to pursue art. She continued to draw throughout her childhood, though, illustrating her work from poetry or science class.