I saw this video on Jeleeb blog about an initiative that some students did about the veil where they let other girls try out the Veil on a booth in a Campos -i think- its a nice idea do narrow the gap between different cultures and make other know how it feels.
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Numbers where created by the number of angels they where made up from.
To a resent time i thought the numbers above where called English numbers and the numbers we use were Arabic but i got to know that the ones we use are Indian numbers and the the ones above which the world uses are Arabic numbers.
Know what surprises me is why we don’t use our own numbers that we created …. hummm
I’m sorry i didn’t get the name of the Arabic math scientist who created the numbers …. if someone knows please tell me
The Arabic numbers where originated by an Indian Mathematician and Adopted by both Arab Mathematicians al-Khwārizmī who created the Algorism (which came from his name) and Al-Kindi (the father of philosophy)
Thank you Paul for the information
قصه احمدوه قصه متكرره مرارا و تكرارا لشباب دول الشرق الأوسط. مواهب غير مستغلا و طموح محارب
أكاد لا اسمع عن قص النجاح للشباب العربي في اوطانه الا مع الواسطه و لاكن اذا هاجر للغرب فيحقق انجازات كبيره
فعلا واقع حزين لاكن ارض الله واسعه
شكرا للشباب الي عملو هذا الفيديو
One of our Dewaniya members proudly got together with a number of engineers and came up with a guide book for building you house in Kuwait. They where at the Big 5 exhibition last week in Mishref, i gave them a visit and got my free copy of the book.
Yes it free and it shoes you step by step on how to building your house according to Kuwait guide lines. You can go to the web-site and find out were is the book is distributed around Kuwait www.bananei.com
زيارة قام فيها المذيع عمر الي أبوظبي ليري مدينة مصدر التي صدمة و كأنه في فلم خيال علم شاهد
ويقولون الكويت ماتقدر
Today we where invited to Kuwait Kitchen Academy opening by chef Tala with a slogan “Learn – Fun – Taste”
Although its not the first cooking school in Kuwait it offers many options and varieties for the cooking enthusiastic.
All kinds of foods offered by competent chefs (Kuwaitis dishes, deserts, Italian cake designs classes and many more.)
The Academy is made up by 3 floors: ground as the main cooking hall takes 15 to 17 people
First floor Kids cooking classes 7 to 11 kids
Second floor for private groups, depends on the number of the group
Schedule / Working hours:
Saturday to Thursday, from 9AM to 1PM, 4PM to 9PM
Address: Al-Salam Block 7 St. 708 House No. 5
Phone: 25216688 Whatsapp: 94455259
Good luck to our friend Chef Talal and his partner who we met at the event Mr. Jamal Al-Sanosi
last weekend i was at the scientific center on an expedition in the wilderness of that place. The scientific center is one of the land-makes that i’m proud of in Kuwait and one of the rarest achievements we did after 1991.
The scientific center is offering an annual member ship which i think its worth it and they are categorized as following:
Since i’m a science enthusiast i would love to share this information i’m sure you will benefit from it. Enjoy
Google Translate has always been my to-go website / app for various translations from and to different languages and I thought that was perfect enough.. until this.
I’ve been stumped when I’ve learnt Google Translate’s latest features and I though they were too good to be true, but when I’ve tried these features first hand, they’re real and they kick a**!
Translate Texts From Pictures
It’s exactly what it says, the latest feature within Google Translate’s App (on Android platform so far) lets you snap pictures of multiple lines of texts, the app then automatically detects legible texts and underline them, you highlight what you want to be translated from that text with your finger and click go. a couple of seconds later and you’ll see the translation on your screen. Heaven!
Some of you might think of this as another Word Lens – like app, but it’s not and the variety of languages within eliminates all sort of comparison between the two.
Translate Texts From SMS
Another useful feature is the ability to translate texts you’ve received through SMS. Steps are fairly simple, click the options menu, select Translate SMS and click on the SMS you want to be translated. DONE.
Can’t wait to see what’s next, as for now, click the link here to get the App from the Play Store. (Again, Sorry guys it’s Android only for now)