African-Middle Eastern: Egyptian of Egypt Outreach

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SALAMO ALEKOM-Hello in Egyptian..."Walk like an Egyptian..ay oh...ay oh!" these are just some of the words from the popular song back in the 80's by the ?-I forgot already! Anyways, when I (Sal) think of Egypt, I think about the Pyramids and the movie "Ten Commandments"

UMM Connection

Salaam Milakim-Hello in Arabic! I (Sal) met 2 international students that lived in Egypt, whose parents are from Kuwait, and they shared some of their experiences there. This was probably the first interaction with someone from this region. Then just a month ago, I actually met a guy who was born there when I was in downtown St. Paul for the Winter Carnival: Ice Palace.

Biblical History

-Garden of Eden (Genesis)

Did you know that the "Garden of Eden" might've been in Egypt? It was called Cush back then. See Blue Letter Bible!

Related Resources:

  • Biblical Proper Names: "Cush", from the All Refrence Encyclopedia
  • Cush - Meroe - Egypt - The Meroitic Kingdom (Ancient Sudan), from "what you need to know about-ancient history
  • Eden-, Jewish Encyclopedia
  • Garden of Eden, Genesis accounts
  • Map of Eden: Center of the World, from logoschristian
  • -Abraham taking Sarai (wife) to hide in Egypt
    "And it came to pass, when he was come near to enter into Egypt, that he said unto Sarai his wife, Behold now, I know that thou [art] a fair woman to look upon"-Genesis 12:1 (Blue Letter Bible) Abraham (Bible Movies) 6/19

    *see Middle Eastern -Abrahamic Faith Outreach

    *see Issues: Slavery-Labor, Sex, etc...

    The Ten Commandments - 1 - 1:34:59

    *see Moses' "lack of faith"

    The Ten Commandments 1956, Cecil B. Demille. Full Version ,

    Exodus Revealed part 1

    "An edited version of The Exodus Revealed. I didn't make this. "
    *see LA Archaeology, History, etc..
    From "Walking the Bible" (with Bruce Feiler-PBS), Feiler goes into St. Catherine's Monastery in Mt. Sinai, Egypt. Feiler shares about the "manna" mentioned in Genesis, which is from a tree in Mt. Sinai according to the area citizens..."manna-producing tamarisk trees".. Sinai & The bible (from Beodenhimer)

    Related Resources

  • Biblical Archaeology: Evidence of the Exodus from Egypt, from Bible and Science
  • Ten Plagues of Egypt, from MSSS Crafts - a directory of children's Sabbath School and Sunday School resources and crafts

  • Metallica - Creeping Death, from
    Hebrews born to serve, to the pharaoh
    To his every word, live in fear
    Of the unknown one, the deliverer
    Something must be done, four hundred years

    So let it be written
    So let it be done
    I'm sent here by the chosen one
    So let it be written
    So let it be done
    To kill the first born pharaoh's son
    I'm creeping death
    Let my people go, land of Goshen
    I will be with thee, bush of fire
    Running red and strong down the Nile
    Darkness three days long, hail to fire ...
    Rule the midnight air, the destroyer
    I shall soon be there, deadly mass
    Creep the steps and floor, final darkness
    Lambs blood painted door, I shall pass..

    Plagues of Egypt From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "The Biblical narrative
    The plagues as they appear in the Bible are:
    1. (Exodus 7:14-25) rivers and other water sources turned to blood killing all fish and other water life. (Dam)
    2. (Exodus 8:1-8:15) amphibians (commonly believed to be frogs) (Tsfardeia)
    3. (Exodus 8:16-19) lice or gnats (Kinim)
    4. (Exodus 8:20-30) beasts or flies[2] (Arov)
    5. (Exodus 9:1-7) disease on livestock (Dever)
    6. (Exodus 9:8-12) unhealable boils (Shkhin)
    7. (Exodus 9:13-35) hail mixed with fire (Barad)

    *see Science: Weather, Natural Disasters, etc...
    " 8. (Exodus 10:1-20) locusts (Arbeh)
    9. (Exodus 10:21-29) darkness (Choshech)
    10. (Exodus 11:1-12:36) death of the first-born of all Egyptian families. (Makat Bechorot)
    ...The Torah describes the Angel of Death as actually passing through Egypt to kill all firstborn, but passing over (hence "Passover") houses which have the sign of lambs' blood on the doorpost. It was this plague which resulted in Pharaoh finally relenting, and sending the Israelites away at whatever terms they wished....

    *see Liberal Arts: Law, Justice, God' Judgment-Wrath, etc.. & Movies: The Passion, Crucification, Easter, Resurrection, etc.. -sign of foretelling of Christ being the "sacrificial" lamb on the Cross, which we are saved!
    There is archaeological material that some Christian archaeologists, such as William F. Albright, have considered historical evidence of the Ten Plagues; for example, an ancient water-trough found in El Arish bears hieroglyphic markings detailing a period of darkness. Albright, and other Christian archaeologists have claimed that such evidence, as well as careful study of the areas ostensibly traveled by the Israelites after the Exodus, make discounting the biblical account untenable. However, their arguments have not persuaded many archaeologists who do not initially assume the Biblical account is accurate..."

    *see Middle Eastern-Saudis of Saudi Arabia on Mt. Sinai

    Genesis 41 Pharaoh's Dreams

    "1 When two full years had passed, Pharaoh had a dream: He was standing by the Nile, 2 when out of the river there came up seven cows, sleek and fat, and they grazed among the reeds. 3 After them, seven other cows, ugly and gaunt, came up out of the Nile and stood beside those on the riverbank. 4 And the cows that were ugly and gaunt ate up the seven sleek, fat cows. Then Pharaoh woke up.

    5 He fell asleep again and had a second dream: Seven heads of grain, healthy and good, were growing on a single stalk. 6 After them, seven other heads of grain sprouted—thin and scorched by the east wind. 7 The thin heads of grain swallowed up the seven healthy, full heads. Then Pharaoh woke up; it had been a dream.

    8 In the morning his mind was troubled, so he sent for all the magicians and wise men of Egypt. Pharaoh told them his dreams, but no one could interpret them for him. ...

    39 Then Pharaoh said to Joseph, "Since God has made all this known to you, there is no one so discerning and wise as you. 40 You shall be in charge of my palace, and all my people are to submit to your orders. Only with respect to the throne will I be greater than you." Joseph in Charge of Egypt
    41 So Pharaoh said to Joseph, "I hereby put you in charge of the whole land of Egypt." 42 Then Pharaoh took his signet ring from his finger and put it on Joseph’s finger. He dressed him in robes of fine linen and put a gold chain around his neck. 43 He had him ride in a chariot as his second-in-command,[b] and people shouted before him, "Make way[c]!” Thus he put him in charge of the whole land of Egypt.

    44 Then Pharaoh said to Joseph, "I am Pharaoh, but without your word no one will lift hand or foot in all Egypt." 45 Pharaoh gave Joseph the name Zaphenath-Paneah and gave him Asenath daughter of Potiphera, priest of On,[d] to be his wife. And Joseph went throughout the land of Egypt.

    46 Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh king of Egypt. And Joseph went out from Pharaoh’s presence and traveled throughout Egypt. 47 During the seven years of abundance the land produced plentifully. 48 Joseph collected all the food produced in those seven years of abundance in Egypt and stored it in the cities. In each city he put the food grown in the fields surrounding it. 49 Joseph stored up huge quantities of grain, like the sand of the sea; it was so much that he stopped keeping records because it was beyond measure. ..

    .. 56 When the famine had spread over the whole country, Joseph opened all the storehouses and sold grain to the Egyptians, for the famine was severe throughout Egypt. 57 And all the world came to Egypt to buy grain from Joseph, because the famine was severe everywhere.
    *see Social Issues: Homeless, Needy, Poverty, Poor, etc... & Foods: Famine

    *see Bible

    -Fall of Egypt?

    "And I will kindle a fire in the houses of the gods of Egypt; and he shall burn them, and carry them away captives: and he shall array himself with the land of Egypt, as a shepherd putteth on his garment; and he shall go forth from thence in peace. He shall break also the images of Bethshemesh, that [is] in the land of Egypt; and the houses of the gods of the Egyptians shall he burn with fire."-Jeremiah 43

    Related Site:

  • Jeremiah the Person, from

  • "After the destruction of Jerusalem, Jeremiah was not carried away into the Babylonian exile. He remained behind in Chanaan, in the wasted vineyard of Yahweh, that he might continue his prophetic office. It was indeed a life of martyrdom among the dregs of the nation that had been left in the land. At a later date, he was dragged to Egypt by emigrating Jews (11-44). According to a tradition first mentioned by Tertullian (Scorp., 8), Jeremiah was stoned to death in Egypt by his own countrymen on account of his discourses threatening the coming punishment of God."
  • Science in Christian Perspective-Sources for the 15th-century B.C. Catastrophe

  • "Troy III was destroyed and covered by a fifty-foot layer of ashes when the Middle Kingdom in Egypt fell; the volcano on the island of Thera exploded with almost unimaginable fury; recent archaeological work in the Indus Valley showed, too, that about -1500, and in advance of the Arian invasion, cities with great walls were destroyed and a flourishing civilization came to a sodden cnd.15"
  • Wikipedia-Jeremiah

  • "He remained in Jerusalem, uttering from time to time his words of warning, but without much effect. He was there when Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon besieged the city (Jer. 37:4, 5), 588 BCE, as Jeremiah had prophesied before-hand. The rumour of the approach of the Egyptians to aid the Jews in this crisis induced the Babylonians to withdraw, and to return to their own land. However, this siege was raised for only a short time. The prophet, in answer to his prayer, received a message from God, stating that "the Babylonians would come again, and take the city, and burn it with fire" (37:7, 8). The princes, in their anger at such a message by Jeremiah, cast him into prison (37:15-38:13). He was still in confinement when the city was taken (586 BCE). The Babylonians released him, and showed him great kindness, allowing Jeremiah to choose the place of his residence, according to a Babylonian edict. Jeremiah accordingly went to Mizpah in Benjamin with Gedaliah, who had been made governor of Judea..."

    *see more Religion: Judaism, Hebrews/Israelites, Torah, Bible-"Old" Testament, etc...

    -Baby Jesus hiding in Egypt

    "Escape to Egypt" part 1

    "This live-action series produced by Cathedral Films is used here for educational purposes.."
    Matthew - Pt 02 of 29, from
    *more on Bible, Bread of Life, Manna, New-Old Testament, Scripture, Torah, Word, etc...
    Related Sites:
    The Nativity Story 10/10, from
    "The Story Of the Birth Of Jesus the Messiah"
    *see Holidays: Christmas, Giving, Sharing, "more-like" Christ, Jesus' Birthday, etc...


  • THE CHRONOLOGY OF EGYPT AND ISRAEL, from Biblical studies
  • Related Resources:

  • Egypt and the Bible, from Jim Loy
  • Egypt in Bible Times, from Bible-History (Maps)
  • more...

    I'm teaching ESL in Morris, which we are using a software program called Rosetta Stone. I decided to research on where the name of this program...

    Ancient Egypt

    Recommended Resources





  • CIA Factbook

  • " The regularity and richness of the annual Nile River flood, coupled with semi-isolation provided by deserts to the east and west, allowed for the development of one of the world's great civilizations. A unified kingdom arose circa 3200 B.C., and a series of dynasties ruled in Egypt for the next three millennia. The last native dynasty fell to the Persians in 341 B.C., who in turn were replaced by the Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines. It was the Arabs who introduced Islam and the Arabic language in the 7th century and who ruled for the next six centuries. A local military caste, the Mamluks took control about 1250 and continued to govern after the conquest of Egypt by the Ottoman Turks in 1517. Following the completion of the Suez Canal in 1869, Egypt became an important world transportation hub, but also fell heavily into debt. Ostensibly to protect its investments, Britain seized control of Egypt's government in 1882, but nominal allegiance to the Ottoman Empire continued until 1914. Partially independent from the UK in 1922, Egypt acquired full sovereignty with the overthrow of the British-backed monarchy in 1952. The completion of the Aswan High Dam in 1971 and the resultant Lake Nasser have altered the time-honored place of the Nile River in the agriculture and ecology of Egypt. A rapidly growing population (the largest in the Arab world), limited arable land, and dependence on the Nile all continue to overtax resources and stress society. The government has struggled to meet the demands of Egypt's growing population through economic reform and massive investment in communications and physical infrastructure."

  • Egypt to try 19 Americans in case straining ties Associated PressBy HAMZA HENDAWI | Associated Press – 4 hrs ago (Sunday, February 4th 2012)

  • "CAIRO (AP) — Ignoring a U.S. threat to cut off aid, Egypt on Sunday referred 19 Americans and 24 other employees of nonprofit groups to trial before a criminal court on accusations they illegally used foreign funds to foment unrest in the country.
    Egypt's military rulers had already deeply strained ties with Washington with their crackdown on U.S.-funded groups promoting democracy and human rights and accused of stirring up violence in the aftermath of the uprising a year ago that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. The decision to send 43 workers from the various groups to trials marks a sharp escalation in the dispute.
    Egypt and the United States have been close allies for more than three decades, but the campaign against the organizations has angered Washington, and jeopardized the $1.5 billion in aid Egypt is set to receive from the U.S. this year.
    On Saturday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned Egypt that failure to resolve the dispute may lead to the loss of American aid. The Egyptian minister, Mohammed Amr, responded Sunday by saying the government cannot interfere in the work of the judiciary.
    "We are doing our best to contain this but ... we cannot actually exercise any influence on the investigating judges right now when it comes to the investigation," Amr told reporters at a security conference in Munich, Germany. A few hours later, word of the referral to trials came.
    The Egyptian investigation into the work of nonprofit groups in the country is closely linked to the political turmoil that has engulfed the nation since the ouster of Mubarak, a close U.S. ally who ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years.
    Egypt's military rulers have been under fire by liberal and secular groups for bungling what was supposed to be a transition to democracy after Mubarak's ouster. The ruling generals who took power after the uprising, led by a man who was Mubarak's defense minister for 20 years, have tried to deflect the criticism by claiming "foreign hands" are behind protests against their rule and frequently depict the protesters as receiving funds from abroad in a plot to destabilize the country. Those allegations have cost the youth activists that spearheaded Mubarak's ouster support among a wider public that is sensitive to allegations of foreign meddling and which sees a conspiracy to destabilize Egypt in nearly every move by a foreign nation. Egypt has just been plunged into a new cycle of violence with 12 killed in four days of clashes. The clashes were sparked by anger at the authorities inability to prevent a riot after a soccer match last week left 74 people dead. International Cooperation Minister Faiza Aboul Naga, a remnant of the Mubarak regime who retained her post after his ouster, is leading the crackdown on nonprofit groups. On Sunday, she vowed to pursue the issue to the very end. The investigation into the funding issue, she claimed, has uncovered "plots aimed at striking at Egypt's stability." Egyptian security officials said that among the Americans sent to trial is Sam LaHood, the head of the Egypt office of the Washington-based International Republican Institute and the son of U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. Five Serbs, two Germans and three non-Egyptian Arab nationals are also targeted.
    Lahood's group called the decision "politically motivated" and said it "reflects escalating attacks against international and Egyptian democracy organizations." The IRI statement from Washington said the campaign was being carried out "in part by Mubarak-era holdovers."
    All 43 have been banned from leaving the country. A date has yet to be set for the start of the trial. They can face between three and seven years in jail if convicted on the charges.
    In Washington, the State Department criticized the move.
    "We have seen media reports that judicial officials in Egypt intend to forward a number of cases involving U.S.-funded (nonprofits) to the Cairo Criminal Court," State Department spokesman Victoria Nuland told reporters. "We are deeply concerned by these reports and are seeking clarification from the government of Egypt."
    Sunday's decision to refer the 43 to trial raises questions about the Egyptian military's motive to allow the issue to escalate so much that the valuable $1.3 billion in aid it gets annually be placed in jeopardy. Washington also is set to give Egypt $250 million in economic aid this year.
    The U.S. assistance has allowed the Egyptian military to replace its relatively antiquated Soviet-era weaponry with modern and sophisticated arms, ranging from fighter-bombers and transport aircraft to tanks and personnel carriers. The aid is closely but informally linked to Egypt's continued adherence to its 1979 peace treaty with Israel, Washington's closest Middle East ally.
    Previously, Egyptian authorities had prevented at least six Americans — including LaHood — and four Europeans from leaving the country, citing a probe opened last month when heavily armed security forces raided the offices of 17 pro-democracy and rights groups. Egyptian officials have defended the raid as part of a legitimate investigation into the groups' work and funding.
    "The ruling military council is searching for scapegoats to cover up its successive failures, the disastrous ones, since it took power on Feb. 11 (2011)," said prominent rights activist Bahy Eddin Hassan. "It has managed to stain the reputation of everybody to come out as the only party to be trusted in the eyes of ordinary Egyptians."
    Laws requiring local and foreign civil society groups to register with the government have long been a source of contention, with rights activists accusing authorities of using legal provisions to go after groups critical of their policies. Offenders can be sentenced to prison if convicted.
    Foreign civil society groups must receive permission to legally operate in Egypt by registering with the ministries of foreign affairs and international cooperation.
    Legally, the Social Solidarity Ministry must approve any foreign funds funneled to local or foreign civil society groups in Egypt.
    Also Sunday, security officials said Mubarak, 83, would shortly be moved to a prison for the first time since his arrest last April. Mubarak has since his arrest been kept in custody in a hospital at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh and later at an army medical facility east of Cairo.
    Mubarak is on trial on charges of complicity in the killing of hundreds of protesters during the 18-day uprising that forced him to step down.
    The officials also said that around 50 former regime insiders held at Tora would be dispersed to five different jails in the greater Cairo area within the next 48 hours. They include Mubarak's two sons, businessman Alaa and one-time heir apparent Gamal, two former prime ministers and the former speakers of parliament's two chambers.
    The decision to move Mubarak and spread the regime officials appeared to be a concession by the military to pro-reform activists who complain that the ruling generals led by Mubarak's defense minister for 20 years were treating the ousted leader with reverence and turning a blind eye to former regime officials clustered in Tora to use supporters to undermine security. ___ Associated Press reporters Maggie Michael and Aya Batrawy contributed to this report from Cairo."



    Analysis of the Egyptian Protests, Erick Stakelbeck CBN News Terrorism Analyst January 28, 2011 2:05 PM
    "..Bottom line: it’s encouraging to see Egyptians taking to the streets to demand freedom, democracy, and economic reforms. The Hosni Mubarak regime is undoubtedly repressive and the average Egyptian is struggling, big-time, to make ends meet and put food on the table.
    But two things to keep in mind. Number one, Mubarak has partnered closely with the U.S. against Al Qaeda and in the larger war against global jihad. He also opposes Hamas and has maintained a peace treaty with Israel for 30 years. Yes, it is a cold peace, but it is peace nonetheless.
    If Mubarak does step down or is forced to leave Egypt (that may all depend on which side the Egyptian military chooses to take), would the regime that replaces him be any better? After all, Egypt's largest and most influential opposition party is the Muslim Brotherhood, which is the grandaddy of all Islamic jihadist groups and wishes to impose sharia law upon the country (and the world).
    While the protests this week did not begin with an Islamist motivation and were spurred on by everyday Egyptians, there is an excellent chance that the Brotherhood will move in and begin to co-opt events as they unfold. The same thing happened in Iran in 1979, when Khomeni and his minions were able to successfully seize on the frustration of average Iranians and assume power.
    Speaking of Iran, its state media is already crowing about what is happening to their hated Egyptian rival. And why not? Hamas, which is the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestinian branch, is an Iranian proxy. It stands a good chance that a Brotherhood-dominated government in Egypt would move into the Iranian orbit, which, as I reported this week, is expanding daily.
    Another potential winner would be Turkey, whose Islamist, Brotherhood-friendly government is looking to become a major regional player once again and would not mind seeing Egypt weakened.
    One final thought: the U.S. supplies Egypt with $1.3 billion in military aid each year. It would not be a positive development, to say the least, to see an Islamist group hostile to the U.S. and Israel get their hands on all that hardware. ..

  • Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: A force to be feared? By Richard Allen Greene, CNN January 31, 2011 1:21 p.m. EST

  • "(CNN) -- The scenes in Egypt have been dramatic, as thousands turn out onto the streets demanding that President Hosni Mubarak resign after 30 years in power.
    Few images have been more powerful than those of demonstrators dropping to the ground to pray in the face of security forces. And while some have been inspired by the role of religious faith in the protests, there are definite worries that the banned Muslim Brotherhood is waiting in the wings, hoping for a chance to take over.
    "You don't just have a government and a movement for democracy," former British Prime Minister Tony Blair cautioned on Monday. "You also have others, notably the Muslim Brotherhood, who would take this in a different direction. We need to be anxious to meet the aspirations of the people, but do it in a way that produces something better."
    Former Israeli diplomat Eli Avidar argues that elections put t he militant Islamist Hamas movement in power in Gaza.
    "President (George W.) Bush and (Secretary of State) Condi Rice pressured the State of Israel to allow democratic elections in the Palestinian Authority and what happened was that Hamas took over and these were the first and last democratic elections," he said.
    The Muslim Brotherhood could do the same thing in Egypt, he fears.
    "If they go and take the leadership because of democratic elections, I believe that democracy will not continue in Egypt because the fact is, the second that they take power, they will not leave it," he said.
    But Egyptian analyst Mustafa Abulhimal says this is not the Muslim Brotherhood's revolution.
    "The Muslim Brotherhood are not behind the organization of the protests," he said. "The Muslim Brotherhood are not inspiring the protests in the street. The Muslim Brotherhood are a small minority among those who are out on the street," he said.
    Islamists did take power in Iran 30 years ago, seizing control of a revolution originally backed by many different groups, including Communists and secular democrats.
    But the situation in Egypt today is not comparable, Abulhimal argues.
    "The Iranian revolution was taken over by an Islamist, a charismatic Islamist, (Ayatollah Ruhollah) Khomeini. Whereas in Egypt, the charismatic figures we have in the street today or yesterday were secular figures like Mohamed ElBaradei or Ayman Nour," Abulhimal said, naming two key opposition leaders.
    ElBaradei himself says he is willing to work with the Muslim Brotherhood, denying that they want to replicate Khomeini's Iran.
    "The Muslim Brotherhood has nothing to do with the Iranian model, has nothing to do with extremism as we have seen it in Afghanistan and other places. The Muslim Brotherhood is a religiously conservative group. They are a minority in Egypt," he told CNN.
    "I have been reaching out to them. We need to include them. They are part of the Egyptian society, as much as the Marxist party here," he said.
    He rejected the idea that Islamic fundamentalists are set to undermine Egypt.
    "This is a myth that was sold by the Mubarak regime -- that it's either us, the ruthless dictators, or... the al Qaeda types," he said.
    Analyst Abulhimal is convinced Egyptians would not let the Muslim Brotherhood seize power -- not least because the military would stand in its way.
    "Neither the people nor the secular leaders would allow the Muslim Brotherhood to take it, and more importantly the army would never allow the Muslim Brotherhood to take it," he said. "If the army said, 'We would support the people in the street and we would have a deal with President Mubarak to have an orderly transition,' as the Americans said yesterday -- this would definitely not include the Muslim Brotherhood."

    How will events in Egypt and the Middle East play into prophetic events? The gathering storm around Israel By Mark Ellis Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service Friday, February 11, 2011
    "IRVINE, CALIFORNIA (ANS) -- The rapidity of change sweeping the Middle East has left some commentators breathless, with many cheerleading the prospects for democratic reforms in Egypt and other Middle East countries. But hopes for benevolent democracies that conform to American ideals may prove wanting – with dire consequences for Israel.
    “Everyone was caught by surprise,” says Bob Morris, director of HaDavar Messianic Ministries. “Who would believe that two governments would fall because of one man’s actions?” he asks, referring to the Tunisian vegetable vendor who sparked popular uprisings in several countries after he lit himself on fire as a protest.
    As mighty doors swing on small hinges, an obscure Tunisian man brought the fall of powerful leaders. “God doesn’t need the armies of the world or the kings, he only needs one man to bring change,” Morris notes.
    To some observers, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt seem to be playing a constructive role in moves toward democracy. "They are using democracy as a doorway to power,” Morris believes. “If the Muslim Brotherhood is voted in, that’s the last election they will ever have,” he predicts. “They despise democracy -- submission to Islam and to Allah is their ideal.”
    "All they have to do is get enough votes and they will do away with the constitution and democratic institutions and set up Sharia law. If they come to power, one of their goals is the destruction of Israel.”
    The next event Morris sees on the prophetic calendar... "

    -The gathering storm around Israel, 11 February, 2011
    "..The next event Morris sees on the prophetic calendar is an attack on Israel led by a coalition of countries – chiefly Russia and Iran. “The events in the Middle East today could be setting the stage for that invasion,” Morris observes. He believes Egypt will be a minor player or uninvolved in the attack. He also believes the rapture could occur at any time.
    "We know from Ezekial 38 and 39 that when the Russian coalition invades Israel nobody will support Israel.” He foresees the U.S. will be unable or unwilling to support Israel when that happens, other than to lodge verbal complaints.
    "We’re on the threshold of this today,” Morris notes. “We have our armies spread out in significant conflicts all over the word, and we have our economic troubles.” Due to budget constraints, some in congress already favor a major pullback in foreign aid.
    Any move toward democracy may bring unwanted consequences. “The things that scripture talks about we are beginning to see bubble up to the surface," Morris notes. “The storm is building." ..

  • CBS correspondent assaulted in Egypt, By the CNN Wire Staff February 15, 2011 8:14 p.m. EST

  • "(CNN) -- A CBS correspondent was brutally attacked Friday in Cairo's Tahrir Square after the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the network said in a statement released Tuesday.
    Lara Logan, 39, was covering celebrations for a "60 Minutes" story, the network said, when a frenzied mob of about 200 people surrounded her, her crew and their security team. Separated from the others in the chaos, Logan was surrounded, beaten and sexually assaulted, the statement said.
    A group of women and about 20 Egyptian soldiers intervened to rescue the correspondent, the network said.
    Logan reconnected with her team and returned to her hotel, CBS said. She returned Saturday to the United States, where she has been hospitalized.
    CBS said it would have no further comment and that Logan and her family requested privacy.
    Logan, a native of South Africa, began her work with CBS on "60 Minutes II" in 2002 and then moved to the original "60 Minutes" two years later. She was promoted to chief foreign correspondent in 2006 and to chief foreign affairs correspondent in 2008.
    Earlier during the Cairo protests, Logan and her crew were detained overnight and interrogated.
    "We were not attacked by crazy people in Tahrir Square," Logan told Esquire's The Politics Blog about the February 3 incident. "We were detained by the Egyptian army. Arrested, detained and interrogated. Blindfolded, handcuffed, taken at gunpoint, our driver beaten. It's the regime that arrested us. They arrested (our producer) just outside of his hotel, and they took him off the road at gunpoint, threw him against the wall, handcuffed him, blindfolded him. Took him into custody like that."
    Logan spoke with the magazine Thursday night as she boarded a plane for her return to Egypt, saying that her interrogators accused her and her crew of being "Israeli agents," kept them in "stress positions" throughout the night and only reluctantly gave her medical treatment for an illness.
    "I was violently, violently ill," she said. "I'd been ill for a few days -- I hadn't mentioned it to anyone at CBS."
    At first, she said, they ignored her condition "until I vomited so much that they did have a medic see me at this secret facility -- they wouldn't tell us where we were. Then I was begging for an IV, and at first they wouldn't. I vomited up everything that the medic gave me. I vomited all over the interrogation cell. I vomited all over this office they put me in after that, and so eventually they put me on an IV." "


  • Prince of Egypt an animated movie by Dream Works

  • 'The Prince of Egypt' (Trailer)

    " 'The Prince of Egypt' 1998, Trailer. Cast (voice): Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Goldblum, Steve Martin, Martin Short ("
    This short version of "Ten Commandments" tells the story of Moses, a Hebrew-Jewish adopted by Egyptians, who is used by God to deliver his people from bondage and slavery....

    "And Moses said unto God, Who [am] I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?"-Exodus 3:11


    G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Official Movie Trailer #1 H, from
    Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen Trailer: What's the science behind it HMMMMM!. I do see Khamit!, from
    *see Science: Astronomy-Aliens, Outer Space Travel, etc...



  • Ancient Egypt
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  • Jeni Varnadeau: Pray with prayer requests for Egypt, from Premier.Tv
  • Global-Multicultural


  • Port Said

  • "...So what does New York and Port Said, Egypt have in common? Originally, American's very own statue of Liberty was to be placed not in New York but at Port Said. The Statue of Liberty was really inspired by the huge statues at Abu Simbel. Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor of the statue designed the American Lady of Liberty as 'Egypt carrying the light of Asia'. However, the Khedive Ismail decided that the project was too expensive, so the 'Light of Asia' was sent to the US instead, where she became the Statue of Liberty."...
    Port Said, from Wikiepdia
    "..The economic base of Port Said is fishing and industries, like chemicals, processed food, and cigarettes. Port Said is also an important harbour both for exports of Egyptian products like cotton and rice, but also a fuelling station for ships that pass through the Suez Canal. Port Said also thrives on being a duty-free port, as well as a summer resort for Egyptians..."
    Port Said, Egypt (2007), from
    Egyptian Vacation in Port Said (2007), from
    " ride, sightseeing, port said, Egypt.."



    Egyptian Army Hits Cario Streets

    "Added On January 28, 2011 CNN's Ben Wedeman says Egyptian troops have taken to the streets for the first time in decades."
    Riots Here to Stay?,
    "Added On January 28, 2011 Delegates in Davos are asked if the social media-led popular unrest across Africa and the Mideast is a trend that's here to stay."
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  • Revolution in Egypt takes an ugly turn Posted: 4 February, 2011

  • "Egypt (MNN) ― Although the protests started out peaceful enough, violence erupted Wednesday between government and anti-government supporters.
    The violence quickly spread around the city in the form of looting and arson. There were reports of gangs of thugs supporting President Hosni Mubarak. These bands attacked reporters, foreigners, and rights workers while the army rounded up foreign journalists.
    The spreading lawlessness comes at a time when Global Advance is preparing for two strategic events in the Middle East in 2011. President Jonathan Shibley was in Egypt last week when the protests started.
    While the spiral into chaos is unsettling, he says, "I think this is a watershed moment not only for Egypt, but for much of the Arab world. We're going to have to take a little bit of a ‘wait and see' approach to what continues to play out. I also believe that it's a ripe time for the Gospel."
    Global Advance has plans to conduct a training event for pastoral leaders from many different nations in the region. The event wasn't scheduled for February, but delays in planning could mean delays further down the line. Delays are an inevitable part of a country in the throes of a revolution. "Within the past week, I think everybody's plans have been put on ice, and everyone has got to wait and see what's going to happen," says Shibley. "People, right now, are just primarily concerned for the basics and their own safety."
    No matter what happens with the government, the vision has been cast, and the Great Commission won't change. Shibley says, "I was so encouraged with what God is doing among some of the Egyptian nationals and their mission strategy, not only for reaching Egypt but also parts of the Arab-speaking world. It was fascinating and really gave me a sense of true, indigenous missions."
    The team hopes to launch a Marketplace Missions event for business leaders in the area. These business leaders face difficult opposition just because of their faith.
    It's interesting to note how the physical aspect of the uprising has provided an opportunity. "Some of the things that are happening parallel what's going on in the Spirit, as well. There's restlessness in that entire part of the world. I think, as believers, we need to focus our prayers on the people in the Middle East."
    Prayer is needed. Shibley says, "God has His men and women strategically positioned already on the ground. They're in countries like Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Tunisia. They're very few, but they're still there. We need to pray that God gives them a holy strength and a holy boldness to continue living out their faith, reaching others in a relevant, practical way." "

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    Turmoil in the Middle East-A prayer alert from Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham , February 3, 2011
    "The media is full of reports of turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa. Uprisings have rocked the governments of Egypt, Tunisia, and Jordan. Angry crowds are protesting in Lebanon, Syria, Algeria, and Yemen. South Sudan has voted to secede from Sudan, and demonstrations have broken out in the capital city of Khartoum.
    This is a critical time of unrest and uncertainty, and Christians need to join together in prayer for this volatile region.
    I've probably spent more time working in this part of the world than any other. Over the years, Samaritan's Purse has assisted hundreds of thousands of suffering people with medical care, food, and other aid. We have helped train and equip hundreds of pastors, distributed thousands of Bibles, and even built over 400 churches in Sudan. More than 2.5 million children in the Middle East and North Africa have received shoe box gifts from Operation Christmas Child.
    Please join with us in praying for the Christian minorities who could face increasing persecution in the days ahead. Pray that God will use these current crises to open doors and hearts to the Gospel, and that many will find "peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ" (Romans 5:1). Ultimately, we know, true peace will come to this region only when Christ returns in power and glory.
    One of our most faithful ministry partners sent a note saying, "Throughout the Middle East, there is a new generation of evangelists ready to continue the work of our Lord until that blessed day when He returns to us. I ask you to pray that they will be fearless in their work in any circumstance."
    We are committed to lifting up Christ in the region in any way that we can. Thank you for your prayers and support."

  • Egypt crisis: President Hosni Mubarak resigns as leader By Michael Ireland Chief Correspondent, ASSIST News Service Friday, February 11, 2011

  • 18 days of protest culminate in Mubarak's ouster By the CNN Wire Staff February 11, 2011 9:43 p.m. EST

  • "..By Friday night, the protesters got what they were seeking.
    But amid the euphoria, ElBaradei sounded a note of caution. "We have challenges ahead of us," said the Nobel laureate, who some believe could emerge as Egypt's next leader. "I think we need to not worry about retribution. Mubarak needs to go, and we need to look forward."
    Amre Moussa, the Egyptian secretary-general of the Arab League, told CNN that the country should focus on instituting reforms and establishing democracy. Asked how long it would take for the government to lift the 30-year-old state-of-emergency laws, he said, "The sooner the better ... six, seven months."
    Asked whether he will run for office, Moussa demurred. "That is not an issue to discuss today," he said. "The time for such a question will come.".....
    Wael Ghonim, the Egyptian activist who became a reluctant hero of the revolution but has made clear that he has no interest in becoming a political leader, predicted that history books would describe Mubarak as a dictator.
    Ghonim -- a Google executive on leave from his job whose Facebook page is credited with triggering the uprising -- was seized by security forces and held for 10 days.
    His powerful television interview after his release Monday galvanized the protesters in Tahrir Square.
    He said he had felt certain that Mubarak would be forced out after a revolt in Tunisia forced that country's leader to step down in January, and he said he believed the Egyptian military could be trusted to respect the demands of the protesters.....

  • Wael Ghonim: Inside the Egyptian revolution,

  • "Wael Ghonim is the Google executive who helped jumpstart Egypt's democratic revolution ... with a Facebook page memorializing a victim of the regime's violence. Speaking at TEDxCairo, he tells the inside story of the past two months, when everyday Egyptians showed that "the power of the people is stronger than the people in power."
    Death of Khaled Mohamed Saeed From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "..January 27, 1982 – June 6, 2010) was a young Egyptian man who died under disputed circumstances in the Sidi Gaber area of Alexandria on June 6, 2010, after being arrested by Egyptian police. Photos of his disfigured corpse spread throughout online communities and incited outrage over allegations that he was beaten to death by Egyptian security forces. A prominent Facebook group, "We are all Khaled Said", moderated by Wael Ghonim, brought attention to his death and contributed to growing discontent in the weeks leading up to the Egyptian Revolution of 2011..


  • Ancient Egypt Timeline By Dr John Baines from BBC
  • THE STORY OF EGYPT The Rise and Fall of Egypt, from

  • "But shortly after the year 1700 B.C. the people of Thebes began a revolution and after a long struggle the Hyksos were driven out of the country and Egypt was free once more.
    A thousand years later, when Assyria conquered all of western Asia, Egypt became part of the empire of Sardanapalus. In the seventh century B.C. it became once more an independent state which obeyed the rule of a king who lived in the city of Sais in the Delta of the Nile. But in the year 525 B.C., Cambyses, the king of the Persians, took possession of Egypt and in the fourth century B.C., when Persia was conquered by Alexander the Great, Egypt too became a Macedonian province. It regained a semblance of independence when one of Alexander's generals set himself up as king of a new Egyptian state and founded the dynasty of the Ptolemies, who resided in the newly built city of Alexandria. "

    April, 30. GIZA PLATEAU: Egyptian government's secret ops under the sphinx.

    "I came across with some threads in web forums, reporting a suspect nocturn activity being carried nearby the sphinx, in the Giza Plateau. Some links took me to the website of Richard Gabriel, an UK citizen who travels extensively to Egypt with his partner Judith, and have exposed several evidences of the underworld containing the knowledge of a forgotten race related to ancient extraterrestrial humanoids that raised the Mesopotamian civilizations. He has posted a sample of a video supposedly provided by eye witnesses, that recorded heavy loader machines transporting large coffins or vaults, from the chambers under the sphinx, lately discovered. Unfortunately I couldn't verify the authenticity of the video. I hope that Gabriel can eventually upload more parts of the full footage. Another researcher of ancient alien subject, James J. Hurtak, stated that the access to that area is restricted to "special individuals with special equipment who will engage in 'special' work that the public should not see." I've been gathering some material and posting this video, analyzing these events. If you live nearby the Giza area and have something to clarify that, please bring it on.

    Sphinx 29°58'31''N, 31°08'16''E"



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  • "History
    Egyptian history dates back to about 4000 B.C., when the kingdoms of upper and lower Egypt, already highly sophisticated, were united. Egypt's golden age coincided with the 18th and 19th dynasties (16th to 13th century B.C.), during which the empire was established. Persia conquered Egypt in 525 B.C., Alexander the Great subdued it in 332 B.C., and then the dynasty of the Ptolemies ruled the land until 30 B.C., when Cleopatra, last of the line, committed suicide and Egypt became a Roman, then Byzantine, province. Arab caliphs ruled Egypt from 641 until 1517, when the Turks took it for their Ottoman Empire.
    Napoléon's armies occupied the country from 1798 to 1801. In 1805, Mohammed Ali, leader of a band of Albanian soldiers, became pasha of Egypt. After completion of the Suez Canal in 1869, the French and British took increasing interest in Egypt. British troops occupied Egypt in 1882, and British resident agents became its actual administrators, though it remained under nominal Turkish sovereignty. In 1914, this fiction was ended, and Egypt became a protectorate of Britain.
    Egyptian nationalism, led by Zaghlul Pasha and the Wafd Party, forced Britain to relinquish its claims on the country. Egypt became an independent sovereign state on Feb. 28, 1922, with Fu'ad I as its king. In 1936, by an Anglo-Egyptian treaty of alliance, all British troops and officials were to be withdrawn, except from the Suez Canal Zone. When World War II started, Egypt remained neutral.
    When Israel declared independence in 1948, Egypt and other Arab countries attacked; by 1949, however, Israel had rebuffed them.
    Tensions grew between the Wafd Party and the monarchy following independence, and in 1952, the army, led by Gen. Mohammed Naguib, seized power. Three days later, King Farouk abdicated in favor of his infant son. The monarchy was abolished and a republic proclaimed on June 18, 1953, with Naguib becoming president and prime minister. He relinquished the prime ministership in 1954 to Gamal Abdel Nasser, leader of the ruling military junta. Nasser also assumed the presidency in 1956.
    Nasser's policies embroiled his country in continual conflict. In 1956, the U.S. and Britain withdrew their pledges of financial aid for the building of the Aswan High Dam. In response, Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal and expelled British oil and embassy officials. The Soviet Union then agreed to finance the dam and would come to exert increasing influence over Egypt in the coming decade. Israel, barred from the canal and exasperated by terrorist raids, invaded the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula. Britain and France, after demanding Egyptian evacuation of the canal zone, attacked Egypt on Oct. 31, 1956. Worldwide pressure forced Britain, France, and Israel to halt the hostilities. A UN emergency force occupied the canal zone, and all troops were evacuated in the spring of 1957.
    From 1956 to 1961, Egypt and Syria united to form a single country called the United Arab Republic (UAR). Syria ended this relationship in 1961 after a military coup, but Egypt continued to call itself the UAR until 1971."

  • Wikipedia

  • "One of the ancient Egyptian names of the country, Kemet (kṃt), or "black land" (from kem "black"), is derived from the fertile black soils deposited by the Nile floods, distinct from the deshret, or "red land" (dšṛt), of the desert. The name is realized as kīmi and kīmə in the Coptic stage of the Egyptian language, and appeared in early Greek as Χημία (Khēmía). Another name was t3-mry "land of the riverbank". The names of Upper and Lower Egypt were Ta-Sheme'aw (t3-šmˁw) "sedgeland" and Ta-Mehew (t3 mḥw) "northland", respectively."


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    Egypt, More muslims embrace Christ and Growing Persecution.

    "Egypt, More muslims embrace Christ and Growing Persecution. "

  • 20,000 Muslims Attack a Church in Cairo, Trapping a Thousand Christian Worshippers Inside By Michael Ireland Chief Correspondent, ASSIST News Service Wednesday, November 26, 2008

  • "CAIRO, EGYPT (ANS) -- One thousand Christians were today trapped inside the Coptic Orthodox Church of the Virgin Mary in West Ain Shams, Cairo, after more than twenty thousand Muslims attacked them with stones and butane gas cylinders. The Church's priest, Father Antonious, said the situation is "extremely dangerous."
    Assyrian International News Agency ( ) says the Muslim mob that attacked the church blocked both sides of the street and encircled the church building, broke its doors and demolished its entire first floor.
    In its report, AINA says the mob were chanting Jihad verses as well as slogans saying "we will demolish the church" and "We sacrifice our blood and souls, we sacrifice ourselves for you, Islam," while the entrapped Christians chanted "Lord have mercy."
    According to AINA, the incident started on the occasion of the inauguration of the Church today, when the Muslims hastily established a Mosque in the early hours of this morning, by taking over the first floor of a newly-built building facing the Church and started praying there.
    The AINA report says: "When the security forces tried to disperse the mob, they went to nearby homes and shops owned by Christians, and were armed with sticks, butane, knives and other sharp objects. Witnesses said the mob included children from as young as 8-years old to men of over 50-years old, in addition to women."
    AINA said the Church building was originally a factory that was adapted into its present state. It took over five years to complete and to get the necessary permissions from the authorities to have a Church established.
    Human rights organizations and lawyers were refused entry into the besieged Church, according to the AINA report. "

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  • Egyptian Security Guards Withdrew One Hour Before Church Blast, Say Eyewitnesses By Dan Wooding Founder of ASSIST Ministries Monday, January 3, 2011

  • "ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT (ANS) -- A Middle East journalist is reporting that the car explosion that went off in front of Saints Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria killed 21 and injured 96 parishioners who were attending a New Year's Eve Mass.
    Mary Abdelmassih, writing for the Assyrian International News Agency ( said that according to church officials and eyewitnesses, there are many more victims that are still unidentified and whose body parts were strewn all over the street outside the church. The body parts were covered with newspapers until they were brought inside the church after some Muslims started stepping on them and chanting Jihadi chants (A video has since been posted showing dead bodies and limbs covered with newspapers in the street).
    According to eyewitnesses, a green Skoda car pull up outside the church shortly after midnight. Two men got out, one of them talked shortly on his mobile phone, and the explosion occurred almost immediately after they left the scene. On the back of the Skoda was a sticker with the words “the rest is coming"
    "It was reported that the bomb, locally made, had 100KG of explosives in addition to having nails, glass and iron balls inside. The strength of it not only caused glass panes to be shattered in all the neighborhood, but also made body parts fly into the building's fourth floor, and to the mosque facing the church,” said Abdelmassih.
    "There was no immediate claim of responsibility but officials hastily blamed either Al-Qaida or the Israeli Mousad of being behind the blast, but none of them mentioned the Egyptian state security which is viewed by Copts as the real culprit.”
    She went on to say that to clear his security forces of negligence, the Minister of Interior said that the blast was an “individual” case, caused by a single suicide terrorist detonating his vest, and has nothing to do with an exploding car. The governor of Alexandria claimed the attack as being aimed at Muslims and Christians alike.
    After the blast, traumatized Copts were angered by chants of “Allah Akbar” from Muslims and began hurling stones at the mosque. Immediately security forces which were absent during the car blast and the ensuing events, appeared and starting shooting tear gas at the Copts, and they in turn hurled stones at them, said an eyewitness. Fifteen Copts were rounded up from their homes by the authorities.
    After Friday prayers On December 31 and in front of Al Kayed Gohar Mosque in Alexandria, Salafi Muslims held the 17th in the series of demonstrations against the Coptic Church and its Pope Shenouda, repeating the Iraqi Al-Qaeda threats against Egypt's Coptic Church, demanding the release of the two priests' wives, Wafaa Constatine and Camilia Shehata, whom they claim had converted to Islam but were being held against their will by the church in monasteries," continued Abdelmassih.
    "Following the massacre of the congregation at Our Lady of Deliverance Church in Baghdad on October 31 2010, Al-Qaida threatened the Coptic Church and demanded the release of Muslim women held by the church, else Christians everywhere would be their target. As a result Egyptian authorities supposedly stepped up protection around Copt places of worship after President Mubarak said he was committed to protecting the Christians ‘faced with the forces of terrorism and extremism’".
    Hany el-Gezeiry, head of Copts4Egypt said, “Security should know that those who demonstrated are the hand of Al-Qaida in Egypt. They should have arrested them to investigate who was behind them. They want to destroy Egypt from inside and the government kept quiet, giving them a free hand to do what they wanted. I believe Al-Qaida achieved what it wanted.”
    El-Gezeiry asks why this Skoda vehicle was allowed to park in front of the church in an area cordoned off by security, when it was known that Al-Qaeda had already announced its intention of carrying out criminal acts against churches.
    The journalist said that eyewitnesses confirmed that security forces guarding the church withdrew nearly one hour before the blast, leaving only four policemen and an officer to guard such a big church and nearly 2000 people attending the midnight mass. “Normally they would have waited until the mass was over,” said el-Gezeiry. He also commented on the Muslim's schadenfreude at the massacre at the church, who were heard chanting “Allah Akbar.”
    "Is this a victory?” he asks. “Whoever saw this fire and people dying and body parts all over the place and could still chant ‘Allah Akbar’ is a terrorist."
    Abdelmassih then states that on January 6 2010, just before the Christmas Eve Massacre in Nag Hammadi, security withdrew its forces from guarding the church a couple of hours before the shooting of the Coptic congregation took place.
    Attorney Mamdouh Nakhla, Head of Al-Kalema Human Rights Center, wondered if state security is an accomplice or just too cowardly to confront the Islamists in Egypt who carried out the Church massacre. “The crime is local and those who committed it are known, in addition there was a demonstration on the same day using the same rhetoric like al-Qaida. The Al Mujahedeen website threatens to repeat the attack in more churches. The site has addresses of churches and even how to make a bomb. Does security not know about it?”
    "Anyone who says that it was a foreign or Israeli plot is trying to play down the crime and is trying to clear those murderers of this massacre, and I consider them their accomplices,” said Nakhla.
    Nakhla said that he was preparing a complaint to be presented to President Mubarak asking for the resignation of Interior Minister Habib el Adly for failing in his duty of protecting the Copts, and for not telling the truth by saying that it was a suicide attack by one individual, when everyone could see the detonated car, just to clear his security personnel of the responsibility of letting the Skoda park in front of the church. “This 100KG bomb could not have been transported by one individual as the Interior Minister wants us to believe.”
    Abdelmassih concluded her story by saying that on January 1, the funeral of the 21 people killed in the church massacre took place at St. Mina’s Monastery in King Mariout, 50 km from Alexandria. It was attended by representatives of the President, Minsters, the governor of Alexandria, as well as nearly 10,000 Copts who traveled from Alexandria. After the funeral, the Copts, angry with the governor of Alexandria, shouted resign” and “we do not want you."

    Muslims Attack Two Christian Families in Egypt, 11 Killed Including Children By Dan Wooding Founder of ASSIST Ministries Thursday, February 3, 2011
    "SHARONA, EGYPT (ANS) -- A Middle East journalist is reporting news of the shocking massacre of two Christian Coptic families by Islamists which has just emerged from Upper Egypt with the return of the Internet connections after a week of Internet blackout by the Egyptian regime.
    Mary Abdelmassih, writing for the Assyrian International News Agency ( says that the carnage took place on Sunday, January 30, 2011, at 3 PM in the village of Sharona near Maghagha, Minya province.
    "Two Islamists groups, aided by the Muslim neighbors, descended on the roof of houses owned by Copts, killing eleven Copts, including children, and seriously injuring four others,” she said. ...



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  • How Hosni Mubarak Got So Rich, Rick Newman, On Friday February 11, 2011, 5:28 pm EST from

  • "There are no Mubaraks on the Forbes list of the world's richest people, but there sure ought to be.
    The mounting pressure from 18 days of historic protests finally drove Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak from office, after three decades as his nation's iron-fisted ruler. But over that time, Mubarak amassed a fortune that should finance a pretty comfortable retirement. The British Guardian newspaper cites Middle Eastern sources placing the wealth of Mubarak and his family at somewhere between $40 billion and $70 billion. That's a pretty good pension for government work. The world's richest man--Mexican business magnate Carlos Slim--is worth about $54 billion, by comparison. Bill Gates is close behind, with a net worth of about $53 billion.
    Mubarak, of course, was a military man, not a businessman. But running a country with a suspended constitution for 30 years generates certain perks, and Mubarak was in a position to take a slice of virtually every significant business deal in the country, from development projects throughout the Nile basin to transit projects on the Suez Canal, which is a conduit for about 4 percent of the world's oil shipments. "There was no accountability, no need for transparency," says Prof. Amaney Jamal of Princeton University. "He was able to reach into the economic sphere and benefit from monopolies, bribery fees, red-tape fees, and nepotism. It was guaranteed profit."
    Had the typical Egyptian enjoyed a morsel of that, Mubarak might still be in power. But Egypt, despite a cadre of well-educated young people, has struggled as an economic backwater. The nation's GDP per capita is just $6,200, according to the CIA--one-seventh what it is in the United States. That output ranks 136th in the world, even though Egypt ranks 16th in population. Mubarak had been working on a set of economic reforms, but they stalled during the global recession. The chronic lack of jobs and upward mobility was perhaps the biggest factor driving millions of enraged Egyptian youths into the streets, demanding change.
    Estimates of Mubarak's wealth will probably be hard to verify, if not impossible (one reason dictators tend not to make it onto Forbes's annual list). His money is certainly not sitting in an Egyptian vault, waiting to be counted. And his delayed exit may have allowed Mubarak time to move money around and hide significant parts of his fortune. The Swiss government has said it is temporarily freezing any assets in Swiss banks that could be linked to Mubarak, an uncharacteristically aggressive move for the secretive banking nation. But that doesn't mean the money will ever be returned to the Egyptian people, and it may even find its way to Mubarak eventually. Other Mubarak funds are reportedly sitting in British banks, and Mubarak was no doubt wily enough to squire away some cash in unlikely places. Plus, an eventual exile deal could allow Mubarak to retain some of his wealth, no questions asked, as long as he and his family leave Egypt and make no further bids for power.
    Epic skimming is a common privilege of Middle Eastern despots, and Mubarak and his two sons, Gamal and Alaa, were a bit less conspicuous than some of the Saudi princes and other Middle Eastern royals seen partying from time to time on the French Riviera or other hotspots. The family does reportedly own posh estates in London, New York, and Beverly Hills, plus a number of properties around the Egyptian resort town of Sharm El Sheikh, where Mubarak reportedly went after resigning the presidency.
    Mubarak also spread the wealth far and wide in Egyptian power circles--another Middle Eastern tradition--one reason he incurred the kind of loyalty that allowed him to rule for a remarkable three decades. Top Army officials were almost certainly on his payroll, which might help explain why the Army eased him out in the end--allowing a kind of in-country exile--instead of hounding him out of Egypt or imprisoning him once it was clear the tide had turned against him for good.
    That money trail, in fact, will help determine whether Egypt becomes a more prosperous, democratic country, or continues to muddle along as an economic basket case. Even though he's out of power, Mubarak may still be able to influence the Army officials running the country, through the financial connections that made them all wealthy. And if not Mubarak, the next leader may be poised to start lining his pockets the same way Mubarak did. For Egypt to have a more effective, transparent economy, all of that will have to be cleaned up. There are probably a lot of people in Cairo who have been checking their bank balances lately."


    Egyptian Imam Leaves Islam - Part 1

    "Mark Gabriel grew up in a devout Muslim family. He had the entire Koran by the time he was 12 years old.
    When Mark began questioning aspects of Islam, he was arrested, tortured, and nearly killed. His father found out that his son was a Christian, he tried to kill him. While in South Africa, the Congo, assassins tried to kill him.
    He has written three books published by Charisma Press:
    "Islam and Terrorism"
    "Islam and the Jews"
    "Jesus and Muhammad"
    VIDEO CREDIT: Oallos1"


    A radical Egyptian terrorist changed from a murderous �Saul� to a forgiving �Paul� after Jesus Christ visited him in a soul-penetrating dream. This hater of both Christians and Jews set out to discredit the Bible, but instead, he was transformed when Jesus appeared to him and changed his heart. (in Arabic * 28:51 minutes)
    *see Dreams and Islam


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  • Monuments and Sight Seeing Attractions, from Tour Egypt
  • -Egyptian Pyramids
    Inside Egyptian Pyramid

    " Cheops Pyramid This video was taken on the outside the Great Pyramid Khufu and the inside portion of Khafre. The tunnels to enter the pyramid are only 3 ft high so you have to bend over and travel down then up for 2 mins to end the Queen's Chamber"
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  • Dr. Kent Hovind - The Pyramids

  • The Egyptian Pyramids by Wayne Blank from

  • "..Most researchers now agree that the pyramids were very elaborate monuments for the dead (see Mummies). They were apparently also intended to bring the deceased a little closer to their idea of heaven because scientists have discovered that the pyramids do have some remarkably accurate alignments with certain astronomical movements e.g. the rising and transit points of certain stars and constellations. Whether stemming from a scientific knowledge of astronomy, or a superstitious involvement with astrology, or a likely combination of both, the builders of the pyramids did seem to have something very deliberate in mind when they did their extremely durable work....
    *see Life: Eternity, Heaven, etc...
  • The pyramids of ancient Egypt, by David Down from

  • "..The pyramids of Egypt are amazing structures and fascinate people today. There are about 100 altogether, some only symbolic and small. But there are 17 great pyramids, and the size and composition of these stagger the minds of those who visit them. ..
    The Pyramids of Egypt - How were they made?

  • How was the Great Pyramid of Giza Built? (Bible History Online)

  • " One of the Wonders of the Ancient World
    The Great Pyramid is still among the world's largest structures, standing almost as tall as a 50 story skyscraper. The 3 main pyramids were built as tombs for 3 Egyptian Pharaohs who were considered to be gods on earth. The first and largest pyramid, known as the Great Pyramid was a tomb for Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops to the Greeks), who ruled the 4th dynasty around 2575 BC, which would have been centuries before Abraham, the first Hebrew. But the real marvel of this Great Pyramid was its massive size...
    What Archaeologists Have Found
    They hauled these blocks with oxen and gangs of men with various group names like: "boat Gang," Vigourous Gang," "North Gang," Friends of Khufu Gang," "Powerful Gang," etc. We know this because these names are still marked on some of the blocks. None of these names indicate that they were slaves but rather were devoted laborors for Khufu, who they believed to be god on earth. There is also evidence that these laborors also owed a labor tax, yet they rotated from in and out of the labor force. So it seems that the builders were Egyptians as stated by ZAHI HAWASS, Director General of Giza:
    "There is support (that) the builders of the pyramids were Egyptians. They are not the Jews as has been said, they are not people from a lost civilization. They are not out of space. They are Egyptian and their skeletons are here, and were examined by scholars, doctors and the race of all the people we found are completely supporting that they are Egyptians."

  • The Nephilim Built the Pyramids, Posted by Hal on 2005.02.01 at 10:55 PM

  • "You don't say. - Now here is something interesting. I think I want to read this book reported on by WorldNetDaily™.
    The book is "The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse" by Patrick Heron.
    WND writes:
    The book's author, Patrick Heron, says on his website that his is the only first in-depth book to throw light on the mysterious Nephilim and "to provide evidence of who built the pyramids of Egypt and Mexico and other great monuments of ancient history."
    I never considered that the Nephilim might have been involved in building the pyramids.
    What are the Nephilim?
    They are the spawn of fallen angels, demons, who impregnated human women. Goliath was one of them. See Genesis 6:4.
    Why would these demon spawn build the pyramids?
    Writes Heron: "I have become convinced that the pyramidal shape is a demonic exercise in counterfeit design, for I believe that the pyramid is a paradigm of the City of God which is at present in the heavens and which was seen and described by John in chapter 21 of the Apocalypse....
    "Some biblical scholars have suggested that this city has been created in the shape of a cube. I believe that it is in the form of a pyramid, and I believe also that the reason the Pyramid of Giza and the other ancient pyramids were built was to copy the heavenly city of Yahweh, the Holy City which is right now in the heavens. This is what I mean by the term 'Pyramid of the Apocalypse.'"
    Heron says the earthly pyramids were Satan's attempt, via the Nephilim, to try to exalt himself and imitated God.
    Very interesting.
    Anybody read this book, yet? "

    The Nephilim & The Pyramids from

    *see Science: Astronomy-Aliens, Outer Space Travel, etc... & LA : Government, Security, etc... Daniel 2

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