Firstly, I think that the Poland embassy didn't send my documents to the immigration, Eu system because how in 2 weeks they send the documents to the Eu system and get the answer
Yes, they did. It takes only seconds for them to check, not two weeks. You are indeed in the immigration computer system for the whole EU, and anyone working at the consulate can see that your whole history with only a few key strokes.
From the tone of your posts I can understand why the consul got the idea that you are not coming to Poland to pursue genuine studies and that you have no intention to leave when your visa expires. It has nothing to do with being a Moslem or Arab in and of itself, but rather with the fact that your story just doesn't jive with the story a real student would tell. You don't come across as very believable, honest or trustworthy, and I'm sure that is why the consul had doubts as to your real motives. You're hitting all the wrong notes. I doubt that a consul from any other EU country is going to feel differently.
One of the things you are failing to understand is that the consul doesn't need a good reason to REJECT your application. He needs a good reason to ACCEPT it. And that is what you have not provided. The fault that you got rejected is not his, but 100% yours. If you can't get that through your head, you are going to antagonize any consul you meet, from any country in the world.
My advice is not to make a pest of yourself so that you wind up on the international security black list. And to pursue studies closer to home, if you do in fact intend to study. Frankly, nothing you have said indicates that studying in Poland is a realistic option for you, and a few of the things you said, and didn't say, make me believe that you will not complete your studies there even if you were accepted. Quit wasting your time and money, and make realistic plans that you can pursue in Egypt or a neighboring country.