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Category Archives: Foreign Policy
Pope Francis Visiting Egypt April 28-29, 2017
I just came across this beautiful logo announcing Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Egypt and want to share it with you. Official logo for Pope Francis’ visit to Egypt The official logo of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Journey to Egypt reads … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, Pyramids, Religion, Travel Tagged Church, Goodwill, Hope, Peace, Pope Francis 2 Comments
Egypt no longer on US State Deparment travel warning list
Ahram Online , Wednesday 23 Nov 2016 File Photo: This Aug. 30, 2015, photo, shows camels resting between rides with their owners against the backdrop of the pyramids in Giza, Egypt. (Photo: AP) Egypt’s tourism minister Yahia Rashed hailed … Continue reading
Posted in Foreign Policy, Tourism, Travel Tagged Egypt, safety 4 Comments
EGYPT – VISA REQUIRED
Going to Egypt has always required a Visa, but it was easy to get. If you didn’t have a Visa arriving in Egypt, you could get it at the Airport when you arrived. However, that will change as of May 15, … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Foreign Policy, Tourism, Travel Tagged Egypt Mission, Egyptian Consulate, Passport, Tourism, Visa Leave a comment
CAIRO’S MENA HOUSE – WHERE HISTORY WAS MADE
The MENA HOUSE in Cairo has from its start, in 1886, accommodated royalties such as the Crown Prince of Japan, Prince of Wales, Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi; politicians – Bill Clinton, Barbara Bush; artists – Frank Sinatra Charlton Heston, Sarah … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Film Stars, Foreign Policy, Government, Pyramids, Restaurants. Dining, Travel Tagged Artists, Cairo, Chiang Kai-Shek, FDR, Mena House Hotel, Money, Politicians, Pyramids, Rich & Famous, Winston Churchill 6 Comments
PHOTO OT THE WEEK – PEACE !!!
MAYBE IF HUMANS LEARNED TO TALK TO EACH OTHER — ………….BLOODSHED COULD BE STOPPED? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, Religion Tagged Diplomacy, human-rights, Peace Talks, Peace. Rabbi, War Leave a comment
EGYPTIAN STATUE SEKHEMKA SOLD FOR $27 MILLION.
DO WE REALLY HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELL OTHER COUNTRIES PRECIOUS ANTIQUITIES? EVEN IF THEY WERE GIFTED TO US? This week Christies Auction House of London sold the statue of SEKHEMKA – a limestone statue, 30″ high, for a little over US 27 … Continue reading
CAIRO – PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
ONCE AGAIN THE WORLD IS FOLLOWING ELECTIONS IN EGYPT………. AND CAIRO WITH OVER 20 MILLION INHABITANTS HAS THE STRONGEST VOICE – HERE ARE SOME IMAGES OF THIS DIVERSIFIED AND FASCINATING CITY. More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Boats, Cairo, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, Politic, Pyramids Tagged Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, Economy, Elections, Foreign Politics, politics, President, Stability Leave a comment
EGYPT’S LOST DREAMS
Today, on the 25th of January, three years after the revolution in Egypt, we should be congratulating the Egyptian people on their new democracy – instead with horror and a heavy heart – we are watching the news. Yesterday … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, HABIBTI YA MASR, Mothers, Parenthood, Politic Tagged Demonstrations, Killing, Military Dominance, Mothers, Mubarak, Mursi, Peace, President, religion 4 Comments
EGYPT’S TEARS AND SUFFERING
What a sad day for Egypt and for everyone who loves this country. What happened? How is it possible that one of the world’s greatest and oldest civilization is facing such pain? Such confusion, and hate. Did it happen in the … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, HABIBTI YA MASR, Islam, Muslims, Religion Tagged Death and Hopelessness, Guns, Muslim Brotherhood, Pain, religion, Teargas, Tears 3 Comments
EGYPT – MY LOVE- BLOG 100
After writing 99 Blogs about Egypt over the last year, I feel quite excited that the next one is number 100. Writing it today has been on my schedule for the last week, but when watching the news I realized that … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, Islam, Politics, Religion Tagged Democracy, Demonstrations, Freedom, Mohammed Mursi, Tahrir Square 3 Comments