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One of Egypt's top writers, he graduated from Dar Al Uloom in 1930 and was his first class. He worked as a teacher and then moved to the Ministry of Education. He participated in editing a large number of magazines and children's stories and in investigating manuscript books. His fame depends on his historical novels. The largest effort he made in the field of children was his publication of Sinbad magazine in early 1952, and he was the editor-in-chief of it for more than ten years, and it was a model that had never been caught up in children's magazines.
In the field of education, during his work at the Ministry of Education, he contributed to the design and establishment of the school library in Egypt and the establishment of public centers abroad that include Arabic books in order to disseminate information. He also worked hard to remove barriers to the export and dissemination of Arabic books outside Egypt.