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Sara Hegazy, the activist who got jailed for raising LGBT flag in Egypt, she committed suicide. She wrote down a note: β€œI tried to survive but I couldn’t. The experience was hard, and I’m weak to fight. Forgive me. To the world: you were greatly cruel, but I forgive.” Please pray for her.
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This is Sarah Hijazi. Sarah is an egyptian lesbian who has been detained, assaulted, fired from her job, forced to live in exile all bc she raised a pride flag in the middle of a concert in egypt. Two days ago she took her own life.
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Every week I cook a Middle Eastern recipe, this week I made Molokhia (Jute Leaf Stew); A dish that has been eaten in Egypt since the time of the Pharaohs

What is Molokhia

Molokhia (aka Molokhiya, Molokheya, Molokia, Mulukiya, Muluhiya, ... there's 1000 more) is a stew made from the leaves of the Molokhia plant (Corchorus olitorius). The plant is also known for producing Jute, the fiber from which rope used to be made, it is sometimes also referred to as Jew's Mallow or Ewedu. The stew is made with stock, usually chicken but also rabbit and shellfish can be used. Garlic and Coriander are added to the stew, which gives it a delicious savory flavor. It is served on rice cooked with Vermicelli and alongside it is a Garlic Tomato sauce and the meat from the stock. It's eaten often throughout the Middle East and is a household staple.

Here's some photos of the dish

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The flavor of the leaf itself is similar to baby spinach but without the bitter kick you sometimes get. It also has a mellow flavor which is difficult to describe, but it is earthy and herby without being pungent. The s

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During and shortly after the construction of the pyramids, what did the average citizens of ancient Egypt think about them? Were they proud to have such constructions or did they view them as a waste of resources and labour?
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I took this photo in February at Madinet Habu, Egypt. The symmetry of its courtyards means that you can stand in the deepest part of the temple and see all the way to the entrance.
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Ex-Muslim Egyptian LBBTQ activist commits suicide after getting arrest for β€œpromoting sexual deviance” during a concert in Egypt. She was abused in prison then exiled in Canada where she eventually killed herself

Many Egyptians are celebrating the suicide of this activist online and it’s disgusting. In her suicide note she wrote, β€œ... to the world, you were cruel to me but I forgive you”.

Here

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A salt lake in an Oasis in Egypt.
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Is there, even the slightest, possibility for Egypt to damage Ethiopia's dam?

There are reports that Egypt tends to place up to 20k troops in Dahlak Archipelago in Eritrea's territory.

Why does almost all of the African nations supports Ethiopia (I understand why the east African countries)?

How much will the dam hurt the Egyptians?

There will be elections in Ethiopia in August, despite the "wide variety of parties", could it change something?

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What kind of kid were you? A dinosaur kid? An ancient Egypt kid? Greek mythology kid? World War II kid? Etc?
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[Screenshot] [AC: Origins] Ancient Egypt is one of the most impressive game worlds I've experienced
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Ethiopia wants to fill the dam in 2 years that would absolutely destroy the egyptian agriculture sectors, almost 90% decrease in production. leading to Egypt importing all of its fruits and vegetables increasing the trade deficit. Filling the dam in 10 years would decrease production by 15%
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A tribute to Sarah Hegazi - a lesbian activist who was tortured in Egypt for waving the pride flag at a concert. (TW: Suicide)
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In ancient times (Greece, Rome, Egypt, etc), for religious rituals that involved a person meeting a god... How did they deal with that god obviously never materializing?

A couple of days ago I found a link to an article about the real-life version of the Tower of Babel (Source: https://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-asia/inside-etemenanki-real-life-tower-babel-0010025 ), and it mentions an interesting ritual that was supposedly performed there.

In it, a girl would be informed that the god Marduk had become interested in her, and she was taken to the top of the tower and left there alone, "to be [Marduks] lover".

Now, presumably this woman would have believed in Marduk... why wouldn't she? And so would the priests. What would she do when the god never materialized? Would one of hte priests claim to be Marduk and do the deed in his place? Would she lie about him appearing? Would she tell the truth, that nothing happened?

How would the people rationalize their gods never materializing as expected? Presumably the priests were also believers, so they probably wouldn't fake it, right?

I don't mind if you use other examples than the "Marduks love

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PETITION SERVERS FOR AFRICA.....WE CANT PRIVATE MATCH AS KENYANS....dear Tencent..we have a lobby full of Kenyans that love your game..they buy BP they try the lucky draw and they game non stop..South Africa, Egypt ,Nigeria and nearly all other African countries want a server for us...
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I have $50k. What are some business ideas with high profit margin to start in Egypt?

I'm a 30 year old living in Egypt with a digital marketing background. I have set aside $50k to start a business. I can also dip into my other savings to keep the business running until it breaks even... Maximum of $100k over 1 year.

I'm not interested in starting more businesses in the marketing field as I want to experience something different. I know that puts me at greater risk but I love to learn and take on new challenges.

Due to my marketing experience, I'd say my most valuable asset is to drive sales and awareness to most types of businesses and generate qualified leads. I guess that's another reason why I'm willing to start a business in a different field.

Ideally, I want to start a business which yields a high net profit margin (20% or above) if successful, but I keep hitting a dead end. Would love to hear your thoughts.

PS. It's impossible to start a liquor store or gambling business in Egypt.

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A mod’s thoughts on Sara Hagezy and religion in Egypt

Hi, I would like everyone to know this is my opinion and no one needs to agree with me, but here I’ll write why I think we should be more open minded in regards to Egyptians in our community. Anyone can talk about their thoughts; this is a perspective of a long time user of r/Egypt, I’ve nearly been mod for a year, and I’ve lived a good amount of time in the US and raised my whole life in Egypt

Why (IN MY OPINON) her death should be mourned:

Egyptians are a lot of things, we are lucky to have more diversity than a lot of Arab countries. Every Egyptian will have some Christian, Muslim, and Peninsular Arab DNA in them. We are also unique in how we’re the only Middle Eastern country in Africa, so we do have black Africans, Nubians, and foreign Africans living amongst us. We can all say that Egypt is majority Muslim, but we must acknowledge that Egyptians can be anything and that if you are Muslim you are more likely to find people who’s values align with yours. However there are also Co

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Non white historical advancements (Egypt, Maya) have alien conspiracy theories because white people can’t admit they might not be the best at something
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Why is Egypt uncivilized and the Ottomans civilized when Egypt is just a rebellious province of the Ottoman Empire?

You’d figure that since it had been part of a civilized power for about 300 years before the game starts, it would be more or less technologically equivalent. Any Ottoman history buffs care to explain why that isn’t the case in-game?

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Can we have a season based on ancient Egypt?
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Egyptian outspoken LGBTQ rights advocate commits suicide in Canada. Sara Hegazy who was imprisoned among dozen others for raising the rainbow flag in a rock concert in Egypt. After released from jail she found asylum in Canada. Left an indicting note to the world. aljazeera.com/news/2020/0…
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On top of Corona, Egypt now has mass flooding, locusts, and hail. v.redd.it/rfh1cxk10jm41
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Can someone please tell Egypt that I'm winning?
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If you haven’t listened to Egypt Station yet I highly recommend it
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Alright avakin, sure you can make those expensive things but then make us a way on how to earn this money! It’s hard working at the cafe saving up 10k plus no one is ordering! And Egypt.. 200 coins? Cmon please make us a way how to earn a lot of money so we will be able to buy those expensive items! v.redd.it/hsb8eda6l0651
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From 2008 to 2018 the distribution of wealth in the 20 largest economies became more unequal, except in France and Switzerland. The U.S. went from 5th-most unequal to 11th-most unequal in the world, as invasions and military coups made countries such as Ukraine and Egypt more unequal. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
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Noah leave Egypt
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Any of you like Egypt? Well by golly I have a present for you!
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Egypt ❀️
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This picture of dental work 4,000 years ago (Egypt)
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Maidom Pyramid, EGYPT.
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World's tallest man and world's shortest woman hanging out in Cairo, Egypt
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Egyptian breakfast by the sea, Alexandria Egypt
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Did the people of the earliest civilizations (Egypt, Mesopotamia, etc.) have a concept of their history? Did they recognize the fact that their way of life was radically different from that of their recent ancestors and that they were the first civilization?

I could trace my family tree back hundreds of years, and by and large everyone would live in a society pretty much the same as our current one. They would live in an independent state with cities and towns and an organized ruling government.

For early civilizations, that was not the case. In Ancient Egypt, for example, the Early Dynastic Period of kings and independent states was only a few generations removed from relative "anarchy". Was there any type of recognition that "things are no longer the way they were"?

If they did recognize this, did they particularly care?

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I made this mansion for my Ancient Egypt themed survival base!
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Cultural Exchange with r/egypt!

Welcome to the official cultural exchange between r/AskAnAmerican and r/Egypt!

The purpose of this event is to allow people from different nations/regions to get and share knowledge about their respective cultures, daily life, history, and curiosities. The exchange will run from now until June 14th. Egypt is EDT +6 or PDT + 9.

General Guidelines

This exchange will be moderated and users are expected to obey the rules of both subreddits.

For our guests, there is an "Egypt" flair at the top of our list, feel free to edit yours!

Please reserve all top-level comments for users from r/Egypt*.**

Thank you and enjoy the e

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Found this in a desert in Egypt in 1985, no one has been able to tell me what it is. Its about an inch and a half long and pretty heavy for its size.
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World's tallest man and world's shortest woman hanging out in Cairo, Egypt
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israeli troops leaving sharm el sheikh/Sinai 1982 after handing it back to egypt
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Sunset shining on rocks, Egypt. [OC] [5304x7952]
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Im so glad I live in Egypt and not the US

The stupidity and mindless drivel that plagues the US would drive me insane in a week. I know my country isn't the best, but almost anywhere is better than America if you dont include North Korea and somalia

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1,500-year-old late Roman grasswork "Panama hat" from Flinders Petrie's 1901-2 field season in Egypt. In 2017 was radiocarbon dated o CE 420-568. [2014x1534]
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Inside The tomb of Nefertari Merytmut, was known as Sistine Chapel in ancient Egypt
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20 sided die - Egypt 200 BC
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The milky way perfectly aligned with the temple of Karnak Egypt
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Egypt deserves everything that is happening to it

Note: This is more of a rant than anything so I don't mean everything literally I'm just blowing off some steam so my reactions are amplified, and when I use the word "You" I refer to those who either celebrate her death, or take the position of "sucks what happened to her but she shouldn't have been openly gay in Egypt"

Frankly, in my view, this society is irredeemable. You'd have to be a monster, one devoid of any shred of human sympathy to either celebrate or victim blame the death of an innocent woman, one who hasn't hurt anyone, who got tortured and assaulted in Egyptian jails simply for being different. How cruel can a society be to do this?

I do not care what you think of LGBT, and I do not care what your holy book says, or how you interpret what it says. A gay person simply wants human rights. When you, like a damn idiot, say things like "You shouldn't act gay in Egypt, this a Muslim country" you prove nothing other than that you have no braincells. Who cares about the state

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Egypt in a nutshell
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[WP] You wake up from a nap to find that there are a bunch of weirdly dressed people surrounding you. You go to sit up and hit your head against some strange invisible force field. Then the screaming starts. Egypt sure has changed a lot since you last woke up.
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TIL Cat mummies were so plentiful in Egypt that, in the 1800s, an English company bought a load of 180,000, pulverized them and spread them on farm fields as fertilizer. Also so many baboons and ibises were mummified for the trade it likely drove them to extinction in Egypt. smithsonianmag.com/smart-…
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Sara Hegazy, the activist who got jailed for raising LGBT flag in Egypt, she committed suicide. She wrote down a note: β€œI tried to survive but I couldn’t. The experience was hard, and I’m weak to fight. Forgive me. To the world: you were greatly cruel, but I forgive.” Please pray for her.
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A victorious seventh crusade for egypt
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For this week's Middle Eastern recipe, I made Kahk el Eid, cookies that were eaten in ancient Egypt. Till now Egyptians bake and eat these particularly during Eid. These are the original snowball cookie.

So Kahk el Eid are basically crumbly cookies, that are filled with a variety of stuffings and coated in powdered sugar. Cooking and Eating Kahk goes back to the time of the Pharaohs, carvings and recipes detailing the making of Kahk has been found on a number of pharaonic tombs. Wikipedia has a history of how they were transformed into an Eid cookie, but the gist of it is Egyptians and other Arabs still eat them to this day.

It used to be tradition that the family would gather two nights before Eid and put together the dough and fillings, then stuff and roll them into cookies before sending trays of raw cookies to the local bakery to be baked. The tradition has died down within the past 20 years or so, and more people are buying Kahk rather than making it at home. For the past 4 years, my wife and I have re-incorporated this tradition into our life, we bake a few hundred every year to give to our friends and family and I think we've finally perfected the recipe.

Ingredients

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Alexandria, Egypt πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬β™₯️
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