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... spoken by Egyptian with an unparalleled enthusiasm that makes a school textbook look as about interesting as a toilet paper.
One thing is clear: ancient Egyptians were not stupid. This is way back into the BC years remember, so all of the stories are cheerfully devoid of any mention of Jesus, much to my relief. There's no dribbling on about sins, no weak threats of being cast into the fires of hell for wearing mixed fibres, none of that. To the ancient Egyptians everything had ...
Today is the last day in Egypt for the Sunflowers.
After breakfast, we pile into our bus with Hala and our guard. Hala explains that Cairo has been under the influence of Islamic culture since 640 AD when Caliph Amr conquered the Romans. In 969 AD, the Fatamids built a new city they called El Kahira (The Victorious) or Cairo. Through the centuries, Cairo is expanded by different rulers to rival any city in the Islamic world. ...