The Nobel Prize is one of the most famous awards in the world. He is baptized Alfred Nobel, of Swedish nationality. He is considered the spiritual father of this award. He is one of the most distinguished personalities in fields such as engineering and chemistry. Before his death, the Nobel Prize was approved in his testament by the Nobel, documented November 27, 1895 and presented to people who are created in a particular area around the world. The Nobel Prize is a gold medal. Certificate. The sum is about a million dollars. It was in 1901, and if the attribution is granted to more than one person in the same region, the money is divided among them, knowing that the distribution of money is not equal. How to apply for the Nobel Prize It should be noted that the nomination for this award is intended for people still alive and that nominations for: any member of the government. University professors in the fields of law, history, philosophy and other fields.
Heads of institutes specializing in research in the field of peace or similar institutions. Malala Yusuf Zi, a 17-year-old Pakistani national who won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, is the youngest and most recent Nobel laureate. The Nobel Prize was awarded to Egyptian President Mohamed Anwar Sadat: the first Muslim to receive the Nobel Prize. It was awarded in 1978 for the signing of the Camp David peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. Former Palestinian President Yasser Arafat: First Palestinian to receive the Nobel Prize, which he won in 1994, along with Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres, for their efforts to bring peace to the Middle East. Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, former president of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), was received in 2005.
Tawakul Kerman, Yemeni author, journalist and activist: she won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011, share with Liberian activist Lima Gopoi and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The Quartet is the sponsor of the Tunisian national dialogue: four organizations of the Tunisian civil society, winner of the Nobel Prize in 2015 for their contribution to the success of the process of democratic transition in Tunisia and the maintenance of the civil war in the country.
The Egyptian novelist Naguib Mahfouz: received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1988. Elias James Khoury: In 1990, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research on the development of the theory and methodology of organic synthesis. Dr. Ahmed Zewail, an Egyptian chemist, received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1999 for his research in the field of femtoseconds. Peter Medwar, a British doctor of Lebanese origin, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1960, together with Sir Frank Burnett, for discovering the acquired immune resistance.