Saturday, September 11, 2010

Physicists reluctantly accept Nobel Prize

El Naschie should have won, they insist.


The Palestinian site Al Watan ("homeland") Voice has a brand new September 10 interview or dialog with Egyptian radio personality Reza Alkerdawy Hamis conducted by Ibrahim Khalil Ibrahim. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.


Ms. Hamis has this to say about Dr. Mohamed El Naschie:

The only way to save Egypt is now and then to adopt scientists and serve their campaigns, including Dr. Mohamed El Naschie, candidate for the Nobel Prize and founder of the nanotechnology initiative in Egypt. China celebrates his birthday every year... The winner [sic. There were three winners] of the Nobel Prize in physics last year said of him: "The prize should have been won by Dr. Mohamed Salah El-Din El Naschie."


The article also refers to a contest open to Arab scientists, with a cash prize of one million pounds.

...this contest is sponsored by scientist Mohamed Salah El Naschie.


Who knew?

Today is of course the anniversary of al-Qaida's attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. I notice on the sidebar that Al Watan Voice commemorates the mass murder with an article by Faisal Hamid, attributing it to Zionists and the CIA. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

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