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  • At Rokaya Dudu sabil kuttab they succeeded in dismantling the iron grill from a window only to be apprehended by local residents who alerted the police.

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  • Thieves were also caught red handed, attempting to make off with a magnificent ironwork grill window from the sabil kuttab of Rokaya Dudu.

    There is NOTHING Sacred Anymore...

  • Abdel-Khaleq Mokhtar, director of monuments in south Cairo, told Al-Ahram Weekly that the SCA was able to abort the theft of the window at the sabil kuttab of Rokaya Dudu because the monument is under the complete supervision of the SCA, which provides a 24-hour security, while the mosques are under the control of the Ministry of Awqaf.

    There is NOTHING Sacred Anymore...

  • At age 4, prior to starting public school at age 7, I attended a kuttab, a madrasa, a private religious school.

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  • The only source of education comes from the mullah who runs a small kuttab, an informal

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  • The only source of education comes from the mullah who runs a small kuttab, an informal Islamic seminary for teaching the Koran to every new generation.

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  • Beyond the masonry entrance, a long corridor gives onto the mosque and kuttab to the right.

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  • The Sultan Al-Mansour Qalawun complex, comprising a kuttab

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  • Al Jazeera's ethical decision to interview Israeli officials has been groundbreaking in promoting the idea that all perspectives should be broadcast on an Arabic-language news program. kuttab, daoud Kuttab is an internationally recognized Palestinian media activist, and journalist.

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  • At present, the sabil-kuttab houses the school of cinema; a branch of the antiquity department and, on the top floor, a library featuring books on Egyptian civilization.

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