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Manipulating The Past: Who Writes The History Of Egypt?

What if all the writings on the walls of the temples, tombs and papyrus were just one side of the story, like the propaganda of our time?” whispered my friend in what was supposed to be the end of a long discussion about the current situation in Egypt. 1,246 more words


Who Rules Egypt?

History has shown that Egypt’s destiny is intertwined with that of the Near-East. In the first millennium B.C the ancient near-eastern civilizations were on the decline. 2,509 more words


Is Israel America’s Friend? Or America’s Enemy?

By Eric Zuesse

Global Research, May 21, 2015

Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has selected as his Minister of Justice a woman who has expressed hatred against all Palestinians… 1,013 more words


President al-Sisi defies Islamic Law, becames first Egyptian leader ever to visit St. Mark Cathedral during Coptic Christmas Eve Mass

Gatestone Institute: On January 6, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi became the first Egyptian president ever to visit the St. Mark Cathedral during Coptic Christmas Eve Mass and offer his good wishes to the nation’s Christian minority. 31 more words


Egypt and Gaza: The tale of two Rafahs

A ball of fire is seen following an Israeli air strike, on July 11, 2014 in Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip. Israeli warplanes kept up deadly raids on Gaza but failed to stop Palestinian militants firing rockets across the border, as the United States offered to help negotiate a truce. 1,037 more words


Know Your History: The Roots of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Part III



In 1978, Egyptian President Sadat and Israeli President Begin signed the Camp David Accords which brokered an official peace between the two nations. 565 more words

History & Culture

Thaao Pictures and Tweets of the Week 6/30 to 7/6

Outside the Luxor Temple in Egypt from the original city called Thebes. The temple we see today was built essentially by two kings, Amenhotep III, (the inner part), and Ramesses II, (the outer part).

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