Quotes by Egyptian authors
The bigger you become of a celebrity, the bigger the expectations, the pressure on you - to make change, to say what people want, to target the people they want to target. Fame is toxic; it is quite toxic.
I've got rule a that I've stuck to for many years: train as hard as you can.
People feel repressed by their own governments; they feel unfairly treated by the outside world; they wake up in the morning, and who do they see - they see people being shot and killed: all Muslims from Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Darfur.
Islam's not just about covering your hair. It's about how you treat other people.
The Champions League nights are special for the fans, too. You can feel it on the streets.
When I go to Iran, I see... that there are all different shades and colors in Iran, from atheist to religious zealot. So Iran is no different than any other country. I mean, they are connected with the rest of the world.
I love to be with my son and my grandchildren, like normal people. I have no particular idea of what I represent to other people. It's very mysterious to me. I don't understand it.
Challenging the integrity of the non-proliferation regime is a matter which can affect international peace and security.
To me, 'beauty' means to be natural, creative, honest - to say the truth.
I started creative writing classes at Aberdeen Central Library, and the writer-in-residence there, Todd McEwen, encouraged me a great deal. He showed my stories to his editor, and I thought that was just what happened to everyone who took his classes!
How often do we get to go to the biggest cinemas in the world and see diverse actors make up the majority of the cast?
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