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With the economic boom sustained by conspicuous consumption unleashed by the collapse of the Soviet Union, Shaykh Muhammad was persuaded that the promotion of tourism should become one of the emirate’s major economic objectives. Accordingly, that same year he announced the creation of the Dubai Shopping Festival, an annual event designed to extend the emirate’s economic development far into the future. To this end, Shaykh Muhammad lent his support to such major undertakings as the expansion of Dubai’s airport; construction of the Burj al-’Arab (Arab Tower), the world’s tallest hotel; and the ambitious Palm Islands project, the creation of a group of artificial islands in the shape of a palm tree in the shallow waters of the Gulf, on which would be built a set of luxury resorts.
In 1936 he started working at the newspaper al-Risala and contributed to the newspapers al-Hilal and al-Ahram. Mahfouz started his writing career by publishing short stories and essays. During these years the ideas of Musa Salama, an Egyptian intellectual of Coptic Orthodox Christian origins, had a fundamental influence over Mahfouz’s thoughts. K. Mahfouz’s first published book was a translation of James Baikie’s work on ancient Egypt titled Misr alQadima (History of Ancient Egypt). It was published in the magazine al-Majalla al-Jadida in 1932.
Breton famously refers to her imagery, with its nostalgic content, as ‘‘happy Arabia’’ (Breton, p. 16). Based on her birthplace and the decorative Kabyle designs that she incorporates, Baya most likely came from an Arab-Kabyle background (Pe´le´gri, p. 12; Maisonseuil, 1987, p. 14). Through representations of imaginary animals, Baya visually narrates fictional tales like those told by Scheherazade in Arabian Nights, according to Pe´le´gri (p. 10). Moreover, her use of detailed vegetal ornamentation suggests ‘‘arabesque’’ motifs of a kind visible in ceramics, tiles, textiles, and miniatures typical of Islamic art (Arabesques et jardins, 1989, p.
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