“I feel proud of my work at Dubai Police, which has a great reputation worldwide and has made high level police achievements. Dubai Police is a dream and destination for many young people seeking excellence, creativity and innovation..."
She confirmed that she loves children and works in a salon that specializes in their hairdressing only.
"I enjoy it a lot," says Matroushi, holding up her oil-stained work glove. "Because I'm on top of my job, and it's my business, I belong to it: I feel proud of myself." Cars have been a hobby for Matroushi, 36, since childhood.
With her long maroon hair and small frame, she cuts an unusual figure in the world of MMA, and perhaps even more so within the country and region from which she hails, where women are virtual strangers to the sport.
We are witnessing more and more young Arab girls lost in translation between what they are told are the ideas of a foreign culture and that of fundamental rights.
The premiere of documentary film portraying young Arab woman ‘The Lone She’ was held in Abu Dhabi last night to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Hegab works as a secondary teacher and has two sons and started practicing sports at the age of 22 years. She said that she wants to be an inspiration to other women in the society.
The clarification came after some people circulated false information in Saudi Arabia that women can show their hair or neck in civil status identification card photos.
Award is in the recognition of her leadership of the ‘10 Million Meals’ campaign that provided food support for COVID-19-hit communities,
Ahlmasr news quoted the actor, “I was bitten by a dog this morning and there was some swelling. So, I went to Zayed Specialised Hospital, where I was given an injection. The hospital was really excellent and the doctors were very honest.”