RE: [Mideast-Man] digest

First written by hatoon-alfassi and 0 others, on Mon, 2004/08/16 - 3:57pm, and has been viewed by unique users

Dear Zaid,


It is good to hear from you. Hope things are going well with you at the university in Malaysia. How about your book? is it well distributed. You need to tell the group about it in case any of them is interested.


It seems that after four or five years of graduation we might even forget some names of our colleauges. It seems that we should think of adding a photo to each name, what do you think? :)


Sundus, Azz,


It was a pleasure hearing from you both. Good luck Azza with your new job. you may need to have a look at some of our old correspondance that was made by mhmd mabrouk on his saharasafaris group. you may be interested in it since you are based in Cairo.


Sundus, we need to know more about what you do at the moment.


Najla,


I'm glad you attended the Gulf women conf in London. Foziyah al Bakr is a good friend. I'm glad she had a good presentation.


I hope it was a representable occasion for our image and mind.


Salam,


Hatoon


 


 


 




----- Original Message -----
From: "zaid ahmad"
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 02:15:24 +0000
To: Mideast-Man@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [Mideast-Man] best wishes



Assalamualaykum


It's a great idea to know who is on the membership list. Of course most of us still remember each other but its difficult to identify merely through e mail addresses. Some of us are not using their actual name, like me....


All good wishes to all friends and colleagues


Zaid Ahmad (Malaysia)


Ph.D graduated 1999


Middle Eastern Studies





 
>From: <sunduss@al-hassani.net> >Reply-To: Mideast-Man@yahoogroups.com >To: <Mideast-Man@yahoogroups.com> >Subject: [Mideast-Man] best wishes >Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 22:54:40 +0100 > > > Dear all, > > Firstly I want to thank you Hatoon for initiating this important group and >take this opportunity to briefly introduce myself. > > I live in Manchester and have a degree in IT, Masters in Middle Eastern >Studies and just completed PhD on the "Dynamics of Identity Construction: >The Case Study of the Syrian Muslims of Manchester". I am originally half >Syrian half Iraqi with roots back to Saudi ... cocktail ;) > > I am extremely looking forward to the developments of this group and read >with great interest. I am not quite sure who is on the membership list as >its still not accessible, nevertheless I am sure that most of us
know each >other. > > So wish you all warm greetings and God willing this group will flourish. > > Sunduss




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