Omar Taher

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Omar Taher
عمر طاهر
Born 1973 (age 43–44)
Sohag, Egypt
Occupation Journalist, author
Nationality Egyptian

Omar Taher (Arabic: عمر طاهر‎‎; born 1973 in Sohag) is an Egyptian journalist.

Biography[edit]

Taher was born to a wealthy Egyptian family from Upper Egypt. He graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor's degree in commerce from Helwan University.

Publications[edit]

  • Meshwar lehad el hait (poem) - 1998
  • Labodda min kheyana - 2000
  • Arabic translation of Paulo Coelho's By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept - 2002
  • Aarafouh belhozn (poem) - 2003
  • Wad'e Mohrej (poem) - 2005
  • Shaklaha Bazet - 2006
  • Captain masr - 2007
  • Kahwa wa Chocolata (Coffee and Chocolate) (poem) - 2008
  • Ibn Abdelhameed El Tarzi - 2009
  • Jarr Nai'em - 2009
  • Rasf Masr (previously published articles in Dostor newspaper) - 2010

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