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Egypt: Is President Sisi in trouble?

The recent elections in Egypt show how democracy in Egypt is just a facade. In March of this year, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was reinstated for a second term after winning… 499 more words

The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt - Helping or Hindering?

Egypt has had a history of a diminished balance of powers and a shaky enforcement of the rule of law. Since the end of World War II, constitutional review has become a standard feature in democracies, regardless of the form it has taken. 215 more words


Cairo Station Movie Review (WC2018 Special)



Country: Egypt
Original Title: Bab el hadid
Director: Youssef Chahine
Release: 1958 547 more words


Colossal statue of 'forgotten' pharaoh brought to life in 3D images


When a huge statue of a pharaoh was uncovered last year in Matariya, a working-class suburb of Cairo that was once the ancient city of Heliopolis, the press eagerly greeted it as a depiction of the great… 91 more words



Passover     |     Exodus 12:1-14     |     April 15, 2018

We had technical issues recording this sermon so there is no audio file. But I don’t want to just skip past it and go on to the next sermon either, so here is a written synopsis. 180 more words