The first known work by Ahmed Moudafa, the man who calls himself Calligraphe, was a comic strip in 1955 in a small Cairo newspaper.

The strip, titled Calligraps, was the work of a young Egyptian who had just moved to Egypt.

Moustafas drawing style, which he called “a lot of lines with very few lines of color,” was a throwback to the early Egyptian comics, but Mousta had a very distinctive look.

He made his first appearance in 1955 and quickly became a staple of Egyptian comics.

Moudafas first comic strip, called The Magician and the Apprentice, was published in 1961 and followed a different style, with more cartoonish and colorful characters.

It was one of the first comic strips to show an actual magician.

Moutafa continued to publish his comic strips and cartoons throughout his life, but his comic strip was a favorite among Egyptian cartoonists and fans.

Moutsafa had also worked as a cartoonist in the 1950s and 1960s and had a reputation as one of Egypt’s most talented cartoonists.

He had a large following among Egyptians and even had a small but loyal following of fans.

In the late 1980s, Moutafas life changed drastically when he left his comic book career behind and started working as a calligrapper.

Mouna was a young man who, for most of his life had been fascinated with calligraphic drawing, drawing on a chalkboard in a Cairo mosque, while listening to a gospel choir.

Moum’s interest in calligraphy had been growing steadily over the years and in the early 1970s, he started using a pen and paper for his drawings.

When Mounas calligraphs became popular, he became more involved in the practice and started to draw for the public.

He began to publish cartoons that depicted the people and places of Egypt, drawing for newspapers, magazines, newspapers and other publications.

Moufas art became so popular that Mouns cartoon series The Magicians and the Apprentices was published by the Cairo Press Syndicate in 1981.

Moubas work quickly spread across the world and he continued to draw in a variety of media, including cartoons, cartoons, comics, comics and more comics.

His work in Egypt has always been highly influenced by the Ottoman Turks and he even wrote a book about it called The History of Egypt.

His drawings of calligraphs, which are still very much his work, have influenced generations of calligrip artists.

MOUMFA is an Egyptian calligram artist who was born in 1925 in Cairo.

His first work as a child was a pencil drawing for a friend that he shared with his mother.

Moussa was a good student who took the name Ahmed Moutoa and had always wanted to become a calligraphist.

He started drawing on his own in the 1930s, but he later worked in the calligraphics industry.

He worked in various jobs in Cairo during his time there.

Moulas life became increasingly complicated and unstable, due to the war in Syria.

His father died when he was only 13 years old and Moula was left with his two older sisters and mother.

In 1939, Moulafas father died and his mother left him with his younger sister and mother, who had been living in Syria with their families.

Mouchas sisters and family were living in a house in the Cairo suburb of Giza in Syria when Moul’s father returned to Egypt in 1940.

The family returned to Cairo, and Mouta had no further contact with his parents.

When the war ended in 1945, Mounos father died, and his father left Moun’s mother to find a job in Cairo to support her family.

MOUTAS mother, however, returned to Syria and Mounes mother married a Syrian Christian man who was a local leader in the Syrian Army.

Moultas family moved to Damascus in 1946, but after a few months Mounass was taken to a hospital to receive treatment for an illness.

Mougas mother returned to Damascus with her family and left Moul as well.

In 1948, Moustass went to the same hospital to be treated for a cancerous tumor.

Mourtas family returned home in 1951 and Moustas mother had moved back to Egypt to look after Mounss family.

During this time, Mouf’s father died in 1958, and the family returned back to Cairo.

Muffa’s mother and brother had been in Syria for the first time and Moums father returned there in 1959 to look for a job to support his family.

As a result, MOUMS father had to go back to Syria to look in vain for work, leaving Moutas family with nothing. M