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10 Inches of Water

A boy was sitting on a park bench with one hand resting on an open Bible. He was loudly exclaiming his praise to God. “Hallelujah! Hallelujah! 272 more words

Funny

I've been published

… on my college news website.

My dear friend and editor of CU Independent asked me to write a guest column for the website. So I did. 16 more words

Everyday

Egyptian polemic bellydance contest - is it fair to compare Egyptian and Foreign Dancers?

Since I´ve started getting out of Egypt (thankfully :) ), after years of successful but also exhausting career/life there, I´ve made a point of disconnecting from its madness, gossip and pseudo politics. 780 more words

A Dancer´s World

Egyptians

In Egypt we have a saying that Egyptians do not have a catalogue. Meaning that there is no operator’s manual to tell you how he or she works. 1,317 more words

Encountering Corpses

(Warning: this article includes images of human remains)

One of the most popular galleries in any museum is Ancient Egypt, and in that gallery the biggest attraction is often a mummy. 977 more words

Manchester Museum

Portrait of a School

Affaf, front, and Hamada bustle about inside the school. Most men in Luxor smoke cigarettes and Hamada is no exception. I’ve seen him go through five in an hour when he was stressed out. 77 more words

Everyday

02: History Segment

1. History Segment: Chapter 1-4
In class, we learned about the evolution of writing and visual communication. It started out as homo sapiens communicating in forms of pictures, symbols which evolved into pictographs and petroglyphs that would translated into early form of writing in Mesopotamia. 507 more words