Eighth of Sha’ban:

Eighth of Sha’ban:

It happened on this day,,

 

* In 1367 AH / June 1948 AD Saudi Arabia, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq attack Zionist forces in the occupied Palestinian territories.

 

* In 1371 AH / May 1952 AD, the first civilian jet aircraft, the “Comet-1”, carrying civilians in history, was launched from Heathrow Airport in Britain. Its speed was then 720 km per hour.

 

* In 1375 AH / March 1956 AD Tunisia gained its independence after episodes of struggle, And the poor negotiations conducted by “Habib Bourguiba” with the French government in Paris, France retained some privileges in it.

He continued on the eighth of Sha’ban:

* Year 1397 AH / July 1967 AD Announcement of the end of the four-day war between Egypt and Libya.

 

* Year 1425 AH / September 2004 AD The United States of America expels the British Muslim peace activist Yusuf Islam, Remember that he is on the list of those banned from entering America for national security reasons.

 

* Year 1426 AH / September 2005 AD The Zionist occupation army completes its unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.

 

* Year 1432 AH / July 2011 AD Independence of South Sudan from the unified Sudan, Salva Kiir is sworn in as its president, Independence comes as a result of the vote of the people of the south in the referendum on self-determination, which was held about 6 months ago.

 

Events written on this day:

 

It is a daily record that contains a separate narrative of historical events arranged in a random manner that reviews events from ancient, medieval and modern history, And Arab and international events
This record aims to recall some of the events affecting people’s lives at the national, national and global levels, To the extent that it does not make it boring to the reader.

 

This Register is of particular importance, It makes man feel different times, As if he had lived it. It gives him an inner sense of happiness, And sometimes with pain, for events that took place on such a day that he lives. This is a good way to sense, absorb and reflect on history.

 

Schools and parents may need to teach their children some historical events by reviewing this daily record, and encourage them to express their feelings about these events, and strengthen their intellect.
This daily record of events is so inspiring to some that it pushes him to exchange it with his friends, lovers and those interested in him, To become a form of enhancing social communication.

 

The East Center for Research and Culture provides this service to its visitors, To make it easier for them to read what happened on the same day as they live, And pass it on electronically simply and easily with their friends. The center hopes that this will be welcomed and comforted by the distinguished visitors.

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