http://www.zarzora.com The website of Zarzora
Art and Photography
http://www.lieverart.com/ The on-line gallery and delightful personal impressions of a recent guest to Sinai, Liesbeth Verbeek.
http://www.elenisicons.co.uk/gallery1.htm Elenis Icons is the on-line gallery and website of Helen McIldowie-Jenkins, an English iconographer who has undertaken many public and private commissions. Helen has a deep interest in Byzantine art and arranges courses in the History and Practice of icon painting in both England and Sinai, the latter in association with Yallajabaleya. Please visit http://www.iconadventures.co.uk/index.htm
http://www.incendiaryimage.com/ David Degner is a young photojournalist whose work has appeared in Time, The Wallstreet Journal, The Guardian’s magazine and the New York Times. He visited the Yallajabaleya camel school where he took photographs of Mohamed Musa, the owner of the school. Please go to http://www.incendiaryimage.com/sketchbook/sinai-camel-school/attachment/how-to-ride-a-camel-school-beside-mt-sinai-19/
History and Religion
http://www.codexsinaiticus.org/en/ The Codex Sinaiticus is now on line with translations into English, Russian, Greek and German. This site offers interesting information on the history of the manuscript and the project of digitalization.
http://www.heavens-above.com/ This is the site from which Yallajabaleya! obtains its monthly star charts. It also gives information on the passage of satellites and the International Space Station.
http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/phytochemicals.html An authoritative scientific source, the Linus Pauling Institute, on the potencies of plant chemicals (phytochemicals).
http://www.bahighlife.com/Adventure/Egypt-the-Sinai.html?PageNumber=2 British Airways High Life Magazine published a story about the camel school in March 2010
http://traveller.easyjet.com/features/2011/02/egypt-camel-school Easy Jet magazine published a story about the camel school in February 2011.
http://www.thedailynewsegypt.com/archive/a-khawagas-tale-the-mt-sinai-telescope.html Peter Carrigan, the witty correspondent of Cairo life for The Daily New Egypt, visited Yallajabaleya to follow up the story of the telescope.