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Cairo University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Cairo, Egypt

Founding Date:
21-Dec-1908

Official Website:
http://www.cu.edu.eg/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Yasser Arafat
Politician
24-Aug-1929 10-Nov-2004 Palestinian leader, former terrorist
Mohammed Atta
Terrorist
1-Sep-1968 11-Sep-2001 Mastermind behind the 9-11 attacks
Mohamed El Baradei
Government
17-Jun-1942   UN International Atomic Energy Agency
Boutros Boutros-Ghali
Government
14-Nov-1922   Secretary General of the UN, 1992-96
Taher Elgamal
Computer Programmer
18-Aug-1955   Inventor of the Elgamal crypto algorithm
Reuel Marc Gerecht
Government
?   PNAC Middle East Initiative
Samir G. Gibara
Business
23-Apr-1939   CEO of Goodyear, 1996-2002
Saddam Hussein
Head of State
28-Apr-1937 30-Dec-2006 President of Iraq, 1979-2003
Naguib Mahfouz
Author
11-Dec-1911 30-Aug-2006 The Cairo Trilogy
Adel A. Mahmoud
Doctor
c. 1942   Molecular Biology Professor at Princeton
Mohamed Morsi
Head of State
20-Aug-1951   President-Elect of Egypt
Amr Mussa
Government
3-Oct-1936   Secretary General of the Arab League
Omar Sharif
Actor
10-Apr-1932   Doctor Zhivago
Nicholas J. Spykman
Geographer
13-Oct-1893 26-Jun-1943 Godfather of Containment
Ahmed Zaki Yamani
Government
30-Jun-1930   Former Saudi Minister of Oil
Ayman al-Zawahiri
Terrorist
19-Jun-1951   Founder, Islamic Jihad

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Boutros Boutros-Ghali
Government
14-Nov-1922   Secretary General of the UN, 1992-96
John H. Gaddum
Scientist
31-Mar-1900 30-Jun-1965 Drug antagonism


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