Entissar el Sisi
Those values are needed to build a secure and stable society, Mrs Sisi said in a post on her Facebook account Wednesday to mark the International Day of Peace, which falls on September 21.
First Lady Entissar El Sisi greeted the Egyptian people and Arab and Muslim nations on the occasion of the New Hijri Year, which starts Saturday.
Egypt's First Lady Entissar El Sisi, extended on Friday her greetings to all Egyptians and Muslims on the occasion of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
“Today, we, along with the orphans of Egypt, celebrate their day which reflects all the meanings of love and mercy that are recommended by all our religious and human values,” said the First Lady posted on his Facebook page on Friday.
On Mother’s Day, First Lady Entissar el-Sisi greeted Egyptian mothers in a Facebook post Monday, calling her a “warrior.”
Egypt’s First Lady Entissar El-Sisi said the October War victory in 1973 was the greatest example of will and determination and crossing to the future.
This comes as per the requests of Egypt’s creative and talented children to give them more time to participate and apply for the Young Innovator State Award.
Head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Culture Hisham Azmy said that the state’s “Young Innovator Award" is a historic step, as it is the first time that an award at this level has been allocated regionally.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel-Dayem announced during a press conference on February 28 the launch of a new State Award which comes under the auspices of Egypt’s First Lady Entissar El-Sisi.
The State Award for Young Creator has been the dream of our children and it will come true, she said, stressing that our children are our future.
The special interview with the first lady will be aired on DMC on 9 PM.
Egypt's First Lady Entissar el-Sisi wished the Egyptian people and Muslims all over the world a happy new Hijri year. Coinciding with the new year in the Islamic Hijri calender, which dates back to the day Prophet Mohamed and his companions migrated from Mecca to Medina, the first lady wrote her greeting on Facebook.