AuthorAdel Bishtawi

Adel S (Said) Bishtawi is a British, Maltese and Palestinian national. A career journalist, he was central managing editor of the Emirates News Agency, co-founder of two U.K. newspapers and the Syrian Writers Association. He published more than 20 books in Arabic and English the latest is ‘The Common Stone Age Origins of English, Akkadian and Arapīte & Greatest Gods of Homo Sapiens’. Adel was born in Nazareth, Palestine, 1945. He read English Literature at Damascus University, attended short courses of familiarisation of languages including Latin, German and Russian, and attended a course in Linguistics at the Central London Polytechnic. A journalist since the late 1960s, he became Front Page Editor of Al Arab Newspaper (London), the first pan Arab Newspaper launched in Europe. In 1978, he joined Jihad Al Khazin in launching Asharq Al Awsat Newspaper (London) as Business and Supplements Editor. In 1980, he was appointed Central Managing Editor of the Emirates News Agency in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In 1988, he joined Jamil Mrowa (who later re-launched the Daily Star in Beirut in 1996) in London for the re-launch of Al Hayat Newspaper and continued under the editorship of Jihad Al Khazin until he left in April 2001 to dedicate what is left of his time to literary and historical writing. as well as investigating origins by means of historical and etymological linguistics. Adel produced and co-produced a number of TV documentaries. He produced, directed and wrote “Muslims along the Silk Road”, a five part-60-minutes-each documentary tracing Muslim culture and heritage and the legacy of Muslim pioneers and merchants along the Silk Road starting from China.

WHERE DO I BELONG?

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A new poem By Selvi Sado Co-Author of the poetry book Only When Desire Screams Am I perfect?Does it really matter?I don’t know,And I don’t know if perfect everything I do,I don’t know if life is supposed to go slow,Without a bless,Of routine endless,Doing nothing but: Stay at home, eat, sleep, repeat and off to work,Is life this boring?Is it supposed to be like this?Do we need to do something...

ARE YOU ALWAYS FIRST?

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A new poem by Adel Don’t wait for love,You may do,But there’s no need to chase it,If you don’t find it first,Soon it will find you,Just be prepared when it comes,To make it welcomed in your heart,The heart is the home of love,And love needs its comfort,Take it slow sip by sip,The thirst for love is endless,But test her first and test him,Are you first?Does he or she call in the morning?And later...

Date the blondE and marry the brunetTE

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A new poem by Adel The Sumerian Anunnaki advised, In a tablet for the wise, That clever men should date a blonde, And marry a brunette, The brunette will wait for you, He said, The blonde will make you wait, Fast food for brunettes is perfect, And a drink on the go will make her glad, Champaign for the blonde is cheap, But a banquet is not so bad, A brunette is happy with a candle, And a blonde...

Bless You Mum, I Love You

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Image from Pixabay by Marjon Besteman Mum! Many times I told you before, But I want to tell you again, You are the joy of my life, And the healer of my pain, Before, now and until the end, You will be my best friend, The One and Only I can call, And the One and only I will call, Be it summer, be it winter, Be it spring and be it Fall,* Early in the morning, And very late at night, Sometimes to...

The Common Stone Age Origins of English, Akkadian and Arapīte & Greatest Gods of Homo Sapiens

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Everything must have an origin A New Book By Adel Bishtawi A few words from the author Adel Bishtawi A totally independent author who fears only his God and his conscious Our original words are not just our languages but also our history. When we identify the correct words we will be identifying our history in perhaps the last 100,000 years. In our languages we will find the names of all the...

origin of the arabic numerals

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a book by adel bishtawi The story of natural numbers 3rd Edition From a review by BLUEINK: Along with exploring the earliest systems of counting, the book offers a frequently fascinating overview of ancient trade and linguistics. The narrative– which is enhanced by tables, charts and illustrations–takes place in Egypt and throughout the Middle East, with an emphasis on Arabia and side-excursions...