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Category Archives: Politics
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – GOODBYE ABAN
On the way back from the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank, near Luxor our bus had stopped in front of the Papyrus Institute, where beautiful images of Ancient Egypt, reproduced by local artist on papyrus, were sold. After about an … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor, Politics, Tourism, Travel Tagged Ancient Egypt Art, Fly Swatter, Paintings, Papyrus, tourists Leave a comment
LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA
The Ancient Library of Alexandria is famous and known to most for having burned. Maybe our interest stops there because we know it does no longer exist, and for a long time that was true. But on October 17, 2002 … Continue reading
Posted in Alexandria, Art, Books, Egypt, Government, Politics Tagged Akexandria, Anwar El-Sadat, Assassination, Blind, Books, Exhibitions, Library, Research. Scolars, Vidios 2 Comments
THE RED SEA – FISH ANYONE?
When in the news this morning they announced that American War ships are moving into the Red Seas, my heart skipped a beat – war ships? During my visit to Egypt last year my trip to the Red Sea was the highlight of my … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, HABIBTI YA MASR, Politics, Restaurants. Dining Tagged Cooking, Fish, food, Israelites, Red Sea, War ships, water Leave a comment
EGYPT’S WOMEN – PHOTO OF THE WEEK
FRIENDS NEED NO WORDS – ……….BUT ARE THESE FRIENDS WONDERING WHAT THEIR FATE WILL BE IN THE NEW EGYPT TO COME? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in HABIBTI YA MASR, Politics Tagged Connecting, Freedom, Friends, Peace, Stillness, Women's Rights Leave a comment
EGYPT HAS CLEARED ANOTHER HURDLE!
With Mohammed Mursi no longer head of state – with interim President Adly Mansour sworn in – with promises of a new constitution – with promises of new elections soon – may these fireworks of July 3rd, 2013 be an omen for a HAPPIER … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Government, Islam, Politics Tagged Cairo, Egypt, Elections, Fireworks, happiness, Hope, New President Leave a comment
EGYPT’S UNBEATABLE SPIRIT
Since the Revolution a new party called Hizb El-Kanab – meaning Couch Potato Party – has developed. They are people who watched the events during the last two years while sitting on their sofas at home. But this time they did not … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Government, Islam, Politics, Religion Tagged Couch Potatoes, Demonstrations, Freedom, Spirit, women Leave a comment
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