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07-Oct-2016 15:07

On the final day of the Olympics, more Egyptian women than men had won medals in Rio.Tunisia's bronze medallist Ines Boubakri dedicated her individual foil award to Arab women.In the women's 69kg final event, 22 year-old Zhazira picked up a silver medal.After she won, her father, Abdrakhman Kudaikulov, told reporters she would make gold in Tokyo. She is not only our daughter now, but the daughter of the entire nation." Ibtihaj Muhammad, 30, won a bronze medal in the team sabre event. who was in South Africa for three years, informed the writer that in one of the ‘Ruins’ there is a ‘stone-chamber,’ with a vast quantity of Papyri, covered with old Egyptian hieroglyphics.An eighteenth century geography book provided the following data: “The inside consists of a great variety of sumptuous apartments, spacious and lofty halls, all adorned with a magnificent cotton tapestry, the manufacture of the country. On bling culture, one seventeenth century visitor to southern African empire of Monomotapa, that ruled over this vast region, wrote that: “The people dress in various ways: at court of the Kings their grandees wear cloths of rich silk, damask, satin, gold and silk cloth; these are three widths of satin, each width four covados [2.64m], each sewn to the next, sometimes with gold lace in between, trimmed on two sides, like a carpet, with a gold and silk fringe, sewn in place with a two fingers’ wide ribbon, woven with gold roses on silk.” 78. One modern writer tells us that: “The estimated amount of gold ore mined from the entire region by the ancients was staggering, exceeding 43 million tons.

She's of Muslim descent and Olympic medals run in the family – her father, Farhat Mustafin, an ethnic Tatar, was a bronze medalist at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal in Greco-Roman wrestling.

After winning she told CNN: "What I love about my experience here as a minority member of Team USA is that I'm able to encourage other youth to pursue their dreams, to not let other people dictate their journey for them." The 18-year-old Egyptian athlete picked up a bronze medal after competing in the women's 69kg Group A weightlifting contest – lifting a combined weight of 255kg.

Ahmed is the first Arab woman to win an Olympic weightlifting medal and the first Egyptian woman to win an Olympic medal.

Competing in the -57kg category in taekwondo, Alizadeh picked up a bronze medal, making the 18-year old the first Iranian woman to win an Olympic medal.

"I am so happy for Iranian girls," she said, "because it is the first medal and I hope at the next Olympics we will get a gold." In the other bronze-medal semi-final in the -57kg category, Wahba, 23, won Egypt's third medal of the games, only the second-ever won by an Egyptian woman.

She's of Muslim descent and Olympic medals run in the family – her father, Farhat Mustafin, an ethnic Tatar, was a bronze medalist at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal in Greco-Roman wrestling.

After winning she told CNN: "What I love about my experience here as a minority member of Team USA is that I'm able to encourage other youth to pursue their dreams, to not let other people dictate their journey for them." The 18-year-old Egyptian athlete picked up a bronze medal after competing in the women's 69kg Group A weightlifting contest – lifting a combined weight of 255kg.

Ahmed is the first Arab woman to win an Olympic weightlifting medal and the first Egyptian woman to win an Olympic medal.

Competing in the -57kg category in taekwondo, Alizadeh picked up a bronze medal, making the 18-year old the first Iranian woman to win an Olympic medal.

"I am so happy for Iranian girls," she said, "because it is the first medal and I hope at the next Olympics we will get a gold." In the other bronze-medal semi-final in the -57kg category, Wahba, 23, won Egypt's third medal of the games, only the second-ever won by an Egyptian woman.

Dalilah Muhammad, 26, won gold in the women's 400m hurdles on day 13 of the Rio Olympics.