Career.

Dr. Ibrahim Mostafa Kamel.


Kamel Group International Holding Company:


"KAMEL HOLDINGS Limited (KHL)" Jersey, Group International Family Holding Company, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer.


International Group Service Companies:


"KAMEL CORPORATION (KC) S.A." Geneva, Switzerland, originally named "Kamel Brothers SA", Geneva Switzerland, acts as the Group International Services company.


"ANDERS INTERNATIONAL (ANDERS) SA", Panama. Anders acts to provide Group Financial Services>


"CONTINENTAL FINANCE AND TRADING (CFT) S.A." Panama. CFT acts to provide Group Financial Services.


"CHEW MAGNA NOMINNEES (CMN) Limited" Bahamas, financing of mining operations.


International Kamel Group Companies:


"GEOSURVEY HOLDINGS Limited (GHL)", Bahamas. GHL was incorporated in 1985 as a 51% subsidiary of Umma Holdings Limited (UHL), Bahamas, in which Anders was a shareholder for the Kamel Group. UHL acquired the assets and certain liabilities of "Geosurvey International Limited (GIL)" Antigua, a survey company incorporated in the sixties, and Kamel then CEO of UHL, restructured GHL to pioneer National Geotopological Information Systems (NGIS). In 1991 CFT, a Kamel company acquired 51% of GHL and in 2001 GHL became fully owned by the Kamel Group. GHL has to date executed under strict confidentiality over US$ 100 Million in defense related contracts, and was the first company world wide to act as NGIS General Contractor, designing, supplying, erecting, operating and training client's personnel under turn key cost plus contracts. GHL is a world leader in this field. (click to see GHL references in English)


"NATIONAL AEROSPACE GEOTOPOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT (NAGM) Limited" Jersey, was incorporated by the Kamel Group in 1990 as a pioneer in the field of Regional Geotopological Information Systems (RGIS). NAGM has to date executed under strict confidentiality over US$ 100 Million in defense related contracts, and was the first company to act as RGIS General Contractor, designing, supplying, erecting, operating and training client's personnel under turn key cost plus contracts. NAGM is a world leader in this field.


"PETROLEUM SECURITIES CORPORATION (PSC) Limited" Jersey. Initiated and developed its own proprietary methodology to provide financing to producers of oil and gas against future deliveries of crude oil, products and gas, through securities (both in traditional or Islamic applications) backed by the said commodities in the international capital markets, and named as "Petroleum Delivery Certificates Program" (PDC)]. The company is collaborating with oil majors, and leading international investment banks.


"DAR TADINE AL UMMA (DTU) Limited" Bahamas. Was incorporated in 1984 by the Kamel Group to provide Gold Mining Islamic Financial and Management Services for Gold Mining ventures in Africa. DTU became a wholly owned subsidiary of Umma Holdings Limited, Bahamas in which Anders was a shareholder. In 1991 CFT a Kamel company purchased all DTU shares.


"CAPITAL INTELLIGENCE Limited (CIL)", Bahamas, was incorporated by UHL in 1986 as the first rating organization for financial institutions in the Middle East. UHL was sold during the dispute to one of the Kuwaiti Directors.
NB: "UMMA HOLDINGS Limited (UHL)" Bahamas, currently in voluntary liquidation, was incorporated in 1986 to bring together a group of Egyptian, Kuwaiti and Saudi investors. UHL became the holding company for DTU, GHL and CIL. Unfortunately disputes opposed the shareholders during 1989, these led to litigation, and DTU and GHL were acquired by the Kamel Group, while CIL was sold to a UHL Director. (click here to see legal report, and The Graphic Presentation submitted to, and published on the Web Site of, The Supreme Court of The Common Wealth of the Bahamas, in FAQ).


Kamel Group Egyptian Holding Company:


"KINANA MISR Limited (KM) Egypt", Group Egyptian Family Holding Company, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer.


Kamel Group Egyptian Companies.


"KINANA GARNMENT (KG) Limited", Ready Made Clothes Factory, Sirss El Lyanne, Menoufia, incorporated in 1988 and operating to date. KGC was initiated as a welfare project, having as objective to provide employment opportunities in the Menouf constituency, and has trained over 3000 persons, and currently employs over 600 people, and is operated by one of Egypt's leading garment exporters to Europe and the USA.


"KINANA SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE (KSM) SA" KSM was incorporated in 1990, and employs today over 1000 people, and is among Egypt’s five leading companies in security, maintenance, pest control, and other related services. (Click to visit web site)


"KINANA WATER (KW) Limited" [Table Water] (1988 to date) initially a welfare project, having as objective to provide clean drinking (table) water for the citizens of the Menouf constituency. After obtaining a Government financed clean water plant for the City of Menouf, which also supplies Sirss El Lyanne and other surrounding cities, Kamel as Member Of The People's Assembly, closed down the Sirss Water Plant, due to bureaucratic harassment and the Government's refusal to deliver permits for the plant to operate commercially, in spite of its impeccable 20 year track record and certified top quality, low cost bottled water. The company will resume its activities as soon as it is granted licenses to operate.   


"BEIN AL SHATTEIN TOURIST COMPANY S.A.". Having as Brand Name "Lotus Island Tourist Center and  Leisure Park Project". Located on Alwarak Nile River Island, situated in the northern Giza governorate of greater Cairo, on Cairo’s northern ring road. This property was purchased by Dr. Kamel over the period from 1985 to 1995, providing today a 120 acre site for a licensed major Tourist and Leisure Theme Park complex. Other formalities are currently underway to secure that the location benefits within Egypt’s new environmental laws, expanding the site to include the remaining 1500 acres of farmland of this island. (Click to view Lotus Island Presentation)


Chronological References:


1960/1961: Assistant to Professor Dr. Mahmoud Alhakim, Head of the Architectural Department, Faculty of Engineering, Ein Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.


1960: "The Alkirsh Textile Factory", Cairo, Egypt, design, and working drawings, in association with Engineer Yahiya Mostafa.


1960: "Housing Units for a Petroleum Company", Egypt's Eastern Desert, design, in association with Engineer Yahiya Mostafa.


1962/1963: In Association with Dr. Kamal Elkafrawi, and Dr. Wagih Hanna, design and preliminary licenses of The New Egyptian, Embassy, Consulate, and Ambassador's Residence, Paris, France, approved by Presidential Decree issued by President Gamal Abed El Nasser, of Egypt. Project was not executed due to the 1967 Egyptian Israeli War.  


1962/date: “The Concept Studies for the rationalization of use of the Nile River waters from the Aswan High Dam”, to reclaim vast new agricultural land in Egypt’s western desert. This project named "Egypt of The Future, & Egypt 2000 AD) was first conceived in 1962, and was confirmed and technically supported in 1966 by Professor Hammad Yousef Hammad, a world renown authority on The Nile River, and Professor of Irrigation of The Faculty of Engineering of The Alexandria University, and later in 1974 by “Arthur D. Little Inc.” Boston, Massachusetts, USA, “Bechtel Inc.” San Francisco, California, USA, and a Decree was issued upon the instructions of President Mohammed Anwar El Sadat, by Dr. Abdul Aziz Hegazi, Prime Minister of Egypt. The studies were delayed by the bureaucracy and shelved after the assassination of President Sadat. The project was reviewed with “Bonard & Gardell”, Lausanne, Switzerland, and resubmitted to the Egyptian Government in 1984. Again opposed by the bureaucracy, the studies were shelved until in 2001, the Egyptian Government decided to execute a portion of the proposed project, without saving the precious irrigation water misused by the historical irrigation by inundation method still used by the Egyptian farmers (!) or the silt recovery and transportation portion of the project (!) a vital requirement for the reclamation of arid desert land. The Project now called the “Toshki Project” is currently under sever criticism, for its failure to reclaim desert land, and thus its financial failure. Kamel continues to seek that the Egyptian Government act in this domain to save Egypt. (click here for links to presentation, videos, and photographs)


1963/1965: "Luxury Housing Projects", design, working drawings, and follow up to completion, Architectural Firm, Claude Massouda, Neuilly, Paris. France.


1965/1966: "The Museum of Human Development", Botanical Gardens, Paris, France, concept and design, in association with the Architectural Firm, Henri Delage, Paris, France, as requested by the Minister of Culture, Andre Malraux, for President Charles De Gaul, of France.


1965/1966: a Major Hospital in Brittany, France, and middle income housing projects for the Parisian suburbs, in association with the architectural firm, Delage and Tsarapoulos, Paris, France.


1966: First Prize, and awarded contracts for the Ministry of Housing's competition "Programme Pluri-annuel de Logements", for the design, and urban planning for the use of low cost prefabrication methodologies for low cost housing units. Projects were executed in France, and process was sold to eastern European countries. The Project Team was headed by Kamel, and included major architectural, engineering and contacting firms.


1967/1970: Supervision of Construction, as Engineer under the FIDEC Construction Contract, for "The Idriss Hosing Program (10'000 units), Libya", under construction by major Italian, Bulgarian, and Yugoslavian contractors on 110 sites in the eastern half of Libya, for The Ministry of Housing. Supervision contract was executed by "Consultants International Limited" Paris France, a consortium grouping Kamel with 11 leading major international architectural and engineering state and privately owned firms.


1968/1969: "Baeda Al Kholoud", Cyrenaica, Libya, the design of a memorial mosque, Islamic School and Gardens for the martyrs of Libya's independence war against Italian occupation.        


1968: "Master Plan Alternatives for the city of “Al Baeda”, Cyrenaica, Libya, a study of the possibilities of vitalizing the City.


1968/1970: "Tripolitania Enterprises Company (TECO)" Libya, advisors to the Board of Directors, to developed the company's service activities for the major petroleum companies operating in Libya.


1970: "The Benghazi, and Lamluda Power Plants” in Libya, executed with “Compagnie Electro Mechanic”, France.


1971/1973: "The design, construction drawings, specifications, tender award and construction supervision of The Ethiopian Women’s Welfare Association Building”, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, composed of a shopping center, residential and office building.


1971/1972: "Low Cost Housing Program", Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Studies prepared for the financing by Coronado SA, a Swiss Financing Company.


1973: "The Bole Low Cost Housing Project”, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, studies for a low cost housing program financed by USAID.


1974: “The “Bleu Circle Group UK”, studies for imports of building products into Egypt.


1975/6: “The Farmers Low Cost Self Help Housing Program”, Abis Village, northern Egyptian Delta, pioneering the first prefabricated buildings (Chekolite System) financed by UNDP.


1975: "A Plant to manufacture paper from sugar cane Bagasse", Kom Ombo, Egypt, for the “Bowater Group” London, UK.


1975: "Market Studies for the import and manufacturing of doors and windows for the Egyptian construction market”, for the “Bowater Group” London, UK.


1975: "Market Studies for the import and manufacturing of products for the Egyptian packaging market", for the “Bowater Group” London, UK.


1976: "Market studies for the imports, local assembly, and local manufacturing of agricultural mechanical equipment for the Egyptian Agricultural market", for Renault Industries, France.


1976: "Market studies for the imports, local assembly, and local manufacturing for medical services and
equipment in Egypt
", for Renault Industries, France.


1976: "The Riyadh City Cleaning Tender, Contract and start up and related supply of mechanical equipment and manpower", for the Saudi Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for Waste Management Inc.” Chicago, USA.


1977: "Studies for The Saudi Public Transportation Company” Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the Saudi Ministry of Transportation, with Renault Industries, France.


1977: "Studies and Tender for a network for animal slaughter houses", Saudi Arabia, for the Saudi Ministry of Municipal Affairs, with Annus Gmbh, Hanover, Germany.


1977: "Studies for a national medical Service”, for the Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with Renault Medical Services, France.


ISLAMIC INSTITUTIONS.


"ISLAMIC INVESTMENT COMPANY (IIC) Limited” Bahamas, incorporated in 1976, was based on pioneering studies started in 1974 setting up The Islamic Public and individual "Mosharaka, Modaraba, Morabaha, Ijara and Ijara Wa Iktina © Formats, for applications in the field of Sharia compliant investments, "Takaful" Sharia compliant insurance, and "Massaref" Sharia compliant financial services, with their supporting Sharia, legal and financial frameworks. These were conceptualized by Kamel, and developed with the assistance in the field of Islamic Sharia by His Eminence, Dr. Ali Abed El Kader, Dean of The Faculty of Sharia of The Al Azhar University. At Kamel's request, a Presidential decree was issued in 1975 by President Mohammed Anwar El Sadat of Egypt, authorizing His Eminence Sheikh Mohammed Khater, Mufti of Egypt, to work with IIC, thus forming with Dr. Ali Abed El Kader and Dr. Ibrahim Kamel its first Sharia Board. Assistance was also provided by the legal firm; Wilkie Farr and Gallagher, Paris, France, and the investment bank "Bateman Eichler Hill Richards", Los Angeles, California USA, and the international insurance company, Uni-Trust, Brussels. In 1976 HRH Prince Mohammed Al Faycal Al Saud, was invited by Kamel to join IIC as a shareholder, and was elected Chairman of the IIC Board, while Dr. Ibrahim Kamel assumed the functions of its CEO. By 1977 IIC included among its founding shareholders, The State of Bahrain, The State of Qatar, and the rulers and leading members of the ruling families of numerous Islamic states. In 1978 the IIC Sharia Board was expanded to include, His Eminence Sheikh Abed Allah Bin Ali Al Mahmoud of The UAE, His Eminence Dr. Yousef El Karadawy of Qatar. By 1980 IIC had mobilized and was re-investing well over US$ One Billion. IIC collaborated closely with leading international investment banks in the Middle East, the USA, and Europe, and set up and financed numerous commercial transactions in Africa, Asia, Europe and the USA, paving the way for most of today’s Islamic financial institutions, and Islamic Departments in leading international conventional banks. (click to see first ever original copyrighted Modaraba Certificates, videos and photos).


DAR AL MAAL AL ISLAMI (DMI) TRUST” Bahamas. Based on the IIC market success, and pressing demand for Islamic Financial institutions in the Islamic countries, DMI was incorporated in 1980, as a Holding Trust for a world wide network of Islamic Massaref (Sharia compliant banking services), Investment, and Insurance institutions. At its incorporation in 1980 IIC was acquired against shares by DMI. With HRH Prince Mohammed Al Faycal as Chairman, and Dr. Kamel as Executive Vice Chairman (CEO 1980 - 1983) of its 18 member Supervisory Board, and having retained the same IIC Sharia Supervisory Board members, expanded to include His Eminence Sadik All Darir of Sudan, His Eminence Karam Shah of Pakistan, and Al Haj Malek Si Al Tijany of Senegal, and with an initial capitalization of US$ 310 Million, and having among its founders numerous rulers and leading members of the ruling families of most of the Islamic countries, and thousands of shareholders from all over the world, DMI managed through “DAR AL MAAL AL ISLAMI S.A. (DMISA)” Geneva Switzerland its Trust Management
Company, incorporated investment, and Takaful companies, and Massaref in numerous Islamic countries. In August 1983, due to disagreement among HRH Prince Mohammed Al Faycal supported by some of DMI's Supervisory Board and Dr. Kamel over certain non performing related party transactions, listed by Messes Price Waterhouse, DMI's statuary auditors in their audited report, and strongly opposed and disapproved of by Kamel who insisted on the immediate reimbursement of these financial facilities accorded to certain Supervisory Board members. The Supervisory Board terminated Kamel's executive functions, and appointed a new CEO, who was replaced one year later by DMI's former internal auditor as CEO, while Kamel sold his DMI shares to HRH Prince Mohammed Al Faycal and retained his supervisory board seat until 1986, and refused to stand for re-election in 1986. Today DMI is a multi Billion US$ organization active in international finance. (click to see documentation, videos and photos)


"DAR TRADINE AL UMMA (DTU) LIMITED", Bahamas: In 1984, DTU raised US$ 25 Million through a First Islamic Gold Mining Modaraba in Africa, and subsequently issued the First Islamic Gold Mining Morabaha which paid out its investors in Islamic Gold Dinars, minted in Switzerland, and held by a Swiss Bank for The Bearers of Gold Backed bearer coupons, payable worldwide. (click to see first ever Gold Morabaha Certificate and Coupons, videos and photos).


"PETROLEUM SECURITIES CORPORATION (PSC) Limited" Jersey. Initiated in 1989 and developed its own proprietary methodology to provide financing to producers of oil and gas against future deliveries of crude oil, products and gas, through Sharia compliant Islamic securities, for which a Fatwa was issued in 1997 by The Office of The Mufti of Egypt, these securities are backed by the said commodities in the international capital markets, and named as "Petroleum Delivery Certificates Program" (PDC)]. The company is collaborating with oil majors, and leading international investment banks. (click to see presentation)


"Sharia Compliant Currency Trading", Cairo, Egypt: During 2006, Kamel prepared and obtained a Major Fatwa, issued by "The Islamic Research Committee of The Al Azhar Islamic University of Cairo", approving for the first time in this our era of paper currencies not backed by gold or silver as prescribed under Islamic Sharia, that trading in such paper currencies be allowed under Islamic Sharia, in order to protect against the loss of purchasing power. (click to see presentation videos and photos)


"ALM The Last Message" Ltd. Cyprus": ALM was incorporated in 2006 to take over the work prepared by Kamel, assisted by Dr. Hanna Said Ahmed, and a team of researchers. The team worked for eleven years, seeking the four heavenly books, and the one hundred books of value, all said to be in "The Book", or as also named "The Koran" in both their order of revelation and final order as revealed to The Messenger Mohammed. In 2007 the mathematical codes of The Book were revealed, and with them the astounding first ever mathematical evidence that "The Book" could only come from The Lord Almighty, as it is impossible for human beings even assisted by computers to write any comprehensible text applying the same mathematical codes. These codes revealed for the first time in both their order of revelation and final order "The Manuscripts of Abraham" (a book of value), also referred to as "The Book" (constituting 94% of The Book), and the three lost Heavenly Books; "The Torah", "The Zabour" and "The Enjeel", revealed in their times to The Messengers of The Lord, Moses, David and Jesus. The Fourth Heavenly Book revealed was "The Forkan", referred to in "The Book" and revealed for the first time as a separate Heavenly Book. The remaining ninety nine "Books of Value", cover every aspect of life of those who believe in The Lord, including, faith, worship and all social, economic and political requirements. These discoveries and their software programs were copyrighted in the USA and Internationally, and were submitted to and approved by "The Islamic Research Committee of The Al Azhar University of Cairo", which formally authorized their publication. Since published on the net the ALM web sites have received 830 Million viewers in two years. (Click to visit the ALM web site: www.almthelastmessage.com & www.thekorancodes)   


SPECIAL ADVISORY ACTIVITIES.


1974/1977: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Mohammed Anwar El Sadat, President of Egypt:

  • Review and Recommendations, of studies prepared for the President's Office, of alternative building materials replacing traditional raw and kiln baked red bricks, due to the absence of Nile Silt retained as of 1969 by the Aswan High Dam Lake.
  • Review of the reasons why a Presidential Decree to increase the efficiency of the Egyptian State Owned Poultry Industry had not been implemented, and Recommendations for an urgent executive plan to increase the said efficiency. Report and proposal prepared with the assistance of Holy Farms, USA.
  • Review of the reasons why a Presidential Decree to increase the production of fish from the Aswan High Dam Lake by the Egyptian State Owned Fishing Industry had not been implemented, and Recommendations for an urgent executive plan to increase production. Report and proposal prepared with the assistance of Norwegian Fisheries.
  • Review and evaluation of the reaction of the media and public in the USA, to The President's first official visit, and PR proposals to better present the person of The President to the media and public in the USA. Report and proposal prepared with the assistance of Book & Company, NY, USA.
  • Review of, and Alternative methods for, the context and reliability of the reporting to The President's Office of the government's execution of its tasks, and recommendations as to the follow up and supervision process to be implemented by the Office of The President for major state projects.

1981: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak, President of Egypt:

  • Report in answer to six key questions posed by the President concerning the status of the Egyptian Economy in 1981, and the vectors of transition from a directed economy to a market economy. Five other reports were submitted by leading former prime ministers and economic advisors. Report was discussed with HE Prime Minister Kamal hassan Ali, and advisor to The President on Foreign Affaires, Dr. Osama Al Baz.

1980/1985: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Ahmed Sekoutoure, President of the Popular Republic of Guinea (Conakry), and attendance to present reports to Council of Ministers, and The Guinean People's Assembly :

  • Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Guinea.
  • Review and Recommendations, for the transition of the Guinean economy from a directed economy to a market economy.
  • Review and recommendations, for the preparation of state enterprises for eventual privatization.
  • Review and Recommendations, for the eventual floatation of the Guinean currency.
  • Review and Recommendations, for the Financing of The Guinean Mineral Sector.
  • Preparation of proposal submitted by HE President Sekoutoure to HM King Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Guardian of The Two Holy Shrines, for a Guinean Petroleum Port, and Refinnery, in a Free Zone, allowing guaranteed supplies of crude oil from Saudi Arabia, at preferential prices to finance payment and turn key construction of the Free Zone facilities.
  • Recommendations for the re-integration of Egypt, into the Organization of The Islamic Conference, after its exclusion following the Camp David Agreements, and attendance of the 1983 Islamic Summit Meetings in Rabat, Morocco, in which Egypt's reintegrated was accepted, and with the approval of President Sekoutoure, copies of the conference tape recordings were translated by Kamel and transmitted to HE President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.

1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Nigeria, to Their Excellencies, Presidents, Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari, Muhammadu Buhari, and Ibrahim Babangida, consecutively Presidents of Nigeria.
1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Niger, to HE President General Seyni Kountché, President of Niger.

1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Gabon, to HE President Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon.

1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Senegal, to HE President Abdou Diouf, President of Senegal.

1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Burkina Faso, to Their Excellencies Presidents, Sangoule Lamizana, Saye Zerbo, Jean-Baptiste Ouedraogo, and Thomas Sankara, consecutively Presidents of Burkina Faso.

1979/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Pakistan, to HE President Muhammad Zia-Ul-Haq, President of Pakistan.

1980/1983: Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Morocco, to HM King Hassan The Second, King of Morocco.

198): Non remunerated Advice and Recommendations as to the incorporation of Islamic Financial Institutions in Malaysia, to HE Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed, Prime Minister of Malaysia.

1984/1985: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Julius Neyrere, President of Tanzania:

  • Analysis of the advantages gained by Tanzania from it's acceptance of the IMF Economic Reform Program.
  • Proposals for the utilization of the Tanzania Coffee Fund receipts from coffee exports, to guarantee payment for the imports of petroleum products.

1985/1989: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Ali Hassan Moueini, President of Tanzania:

  • Review and Recommendations for the protection and maximization of  the gold production by the artisan gold miners extraction and exports of gold.
  • Review and Recommendations on start up of idle state owned factories delivered by foreign aid.
  • Recommendations as an offer for concessionary free zone international corridor and industrial zones for refineries, power generation, linked by a highway, and pipelines for the transportation of crude oil, petroleum products, gas, and energy from Dar Es Salaam to land locked central African states.
  • Recommendations for tourism development of the Island of Zanzibar.

1985/1994: Non remunerated advisory assignments by HE President Yoweri Mousseveni, President of Uganda:

  • Review and Recommendations of immediate steps to launch the Ugandan economy following HE's accession to power as President.
  • Recommendations as to a policy to wage war on poverty.

POLITICAL ACTIVITIES.


"THE UNITED ISLAMIC STATES", during the 1990 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, and seeking to initiate a mechanism to evades the destructive horrors of war - Kamel as a personal and independent initiative -  proposed the creation of a federation of Islamic States, a contemporary correction of the ills and political catastrophes, inherited by all of the middle east, which all had their common roots in the British and French occupation after the First World War, and the division along "The Sykes Picot Plan" of the legacy of what had been falsely labeled "The Ottoman Turkish Empire" and which in reality was "The Islamic Umma" (The Nation of Islam). This divison of the Nation of Islam, into artificial states, which had not existed previously as states but had been administrative governorates, grouping people of the same ethnic roots in spite of the diversity of their paths of faith to The Lord as The People of The Book, allowed the colonial powers to control the area and its petroleum resources, and insert the Zionists who were seeking to impose their "homeland" The State of Israel, against the distribution of seats of power to those considered worthy of maintaining the presence and influence of the new "occupying powers". This new artificial political landscape has not been accepted by the new artificial nationals of these states, and have been, and will continue to be a source of more and more crisis. Kamel believed then and now, that through such a federation, the Islamic States will be in a better position, as one entity to seek a real settlement of all the regional issues. Kamel put this proposal in its written form to a Press Conference and Luncheon at The Dorchester Hotel in London. (click here to see the proposal for THE UNITED ISLAMIC STATES)     


"EGYPTIAN PEOPLES ASSEMBLY" (Parliament), member for the Menouf Constituency, Governorate of Mounoufiyah, from 1990 to 1995. Kamel, who had never joined any political party, was invited to join The National Democratic Party, in 1989, and his constituents pressed him to join and run for their seat, held prior to the 1952 Army Coup by his paternal grand uncle. During the run up to elections the Party decided to field another candidate, the constituents refused that Kamel stand down, he was thus elected as an independent in a landslide victory over the party. After his election victory his constituents overwhelmingly requested him to remain in the party, in order to assure the constituency of the government's support for their demands. However by 1992 Kamel and a prominent neighboring senior member of the party clashed as to the Municipal election lists in the Menouf constituency, this and Kamel's constant attempts to insist on government transparency as to the Egyptian privatization program, debated in parliament and its Economic Committee, this led to Kamel's expulsion from the party. Kamel, as a independent, completed his 5 year term as MP, focusing on welfare projects for his constituency through the Egyptian companies cited above. These were successfully completed with the gradual financial participation of his constituents, in spite of the bureaucratic wars waged against Kamel by the same prominent neighboring senior member of the party. Kamel's constituents pressed Kamel to present himself again for the 1995/2000 term, Kamel again won a landslide victory, however another candidate was announced. The matter was put to court, and the Judge ruled that there had been fraud, and that Kamel was the rightful MP of the constituency, and ordered the government to pay him EP 50'000, i.e. US$ 10'000 approximately, however the judgment was only announced in 1995 at the term of the five year session. The ruling party forcibly merged two constituencies and imposed another powerful senior member of the party, and the same scenarios were repeated in the 2000/2005 elections, and the 2005/2010 elections, however this time the judgments - in Kamel's favor as the rigging in the election ballot boxes was proven in court – were simply not made public. Kamel continues as a independent to serve his constituents whenever required. (click here to see documents, videos and photographs)       


MEMBER OF THE ECONONMIC COMMITTEE, OF THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLES ASSEMBLY”. During Kamel's term from 1990 to 1995, he was involved in numerous matters put to the economic committee and recorded in the committee's minutes, and include among others; Proposals for "The 1000 Day Economic Recovery Program, requested from the Assembly by HE President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak, also The Capital Market Law, requested from Kamel by the then Prime Minister, the late Dr. Atef Sidky, as recommended to the PM by the International Monetary Fund and The World Bank, Kamel headed the drafting committee, and as speaker put the proposed Law to the Assembly, and the Law was passed after a full day session. (click here to see documents, and view videos and photographs).    


"THE SIRSS AL LAYAN COLLOQUIM", a gathering to which public personalities including present and former members of The People's Assembly, of all political parties, eminent scholars, professors and journalists were invited, to discuss the current status of Egyptian problems, and propose public initiatives. (click here to see documents, and view videos and photographs).   

 

"ALA MISR©", (THE PEOPLE OF EGYPT) a project for a new independent political party, Kamel who had always refused to join any of the parties attempting to act in Egypt's severely constrained political arena, however pressed by members of his constituency and other (former) independent members of The People's Assembly, all moderate anti fanatical Muslims, Kamel and his aides prepared a party manifesto in 2006, and named the Party "ALA MISR", (THE PEOPLE OF EGYPT). The name stemmed from The Lord "Allah's" reference throughout the Koran to The Egyptians as "The People of Pharaoh", a name denoting servility, fear and blind obedience to the Pharaoh of Egypt, the founders of this proposed new party were exhorting Egyptians of both sexes of the three heavenly religions in Egypt, to build their future as masters of their own destiny, with courage, taking their decisions in consultation within their own community's. The manifesto was well received, and the signatures of the 1000 founders were obtained, however Kamel and his colleagues found themselves faced with insurmountable bureaucratic procedures which could take years for the proposed party to ultimately be rejected by The Senate's Political Parties Committee, a body fully controlled by the ruling party. Thus the proposed party was abandoned, with the consolation that solutions for numerous public issues were adopted as their own by the ruling party. (click here to see "ALA MISR" Manifesto in Arabic, videos and photographs)


Updated September 2009.             


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