As a transplant to Raleigh, N.C. from Cairo, Egypt, I have had the unique opportunity of sharing my native language of Arabic and deeply rich culture with many of the students attending university here. I am a graduate of Cairo University in Urological Surgery (1983) and have spent the past 27 years working in the medical profession in Egypt. I received my high school diploma from College De La Salle, Cairo, Egypt (1977) and I speak French, too. I moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2010. My wife is American and lived and worked in Egypt for almost 8 years. I realized after my experience teaching her and several of her colleagues Arabic that I enjoy teaching and am thrilled with the opportunity to do so here in Raleigh, N.C. I do believe that learning needs to be enjoyable for both tutor and student. I have become quite familiar with the curriculum and textbooks used by the majority of Arabic language professors in the universities in N.C. and find it an easy fit for me. Feel free to contact me with further inquiries and/or concerns.
As a medical doctor, I can also help with Anatomy, Physiology, and Biology.
About me: I love traveling, photography, sports (especially Squash) soccer, music, and technology.
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