Muslims and Christians, Holding Hands.Of all the slogans of the Egyptian revolution, ‘One Hand’ was among the most popular. At the very beginning of Islam’s arrival into Egypt, mosques were established first in what is now Cairo, and then throughout the country, and then throughout the continent of Africa. My first experience flying on a plane came in 2008 when I was 22 years old. This also happened to be my big move from South Africa to Egypt. I happened to attend  a Pentecostal church in Uganda before I went to Egypt for my studies In my Ugandan church the preacher would use the word ‘Misri’ (Arabic for Egypt) to refer to our lives before Christ’s salvation.

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  • The Egyptian Family House

    Muslims and Christians, Holding Hands of all the slogans of the Egyptian revolution, ‘One Hand’ was among the most popular. At various times it was shouted by the thousands to indicate the unity of Muslims and Christians,

     
  • Heliopolis: from Desert to Unique Suburb of Cairo

    It is hard to imagine that Heliopolis was only desert in the year 1900. Postcards and photos from the beginning of construction in the area show how desolate it was initially. The area quickly grew into one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, thanks to wise planning and good marketing.

     
  • From the Cape to Fayoum and on to Cairo

    My first experience flying on a plane came in 2008 when I was 22 years old. This also happened to be my big move from South Africa to Egypt. I was excited, so it should come as no surprise that I spent the entire eight-hour flight wide awake. 

     
  • The Greatest Islamic Building 

    At the very beginning of Islam’s arrival into Egypt, mosques were established first in what is now Cairo, and then throughout the country, and then throughout the continent of Africa.  

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  • EGYPT THROUGH THE EYES OF A UGANDAN STUDENT

    I happened to attend  a Pentecostal church in Uganda before I went to Egypt for my studies In my Ugandan church the preacher would use the word ‘Misri’ (Arabic for Egypt) to refer to our lives before Christ’s salvation.

     
  • Heliopolis: from Desert to Unique Suburb of Cairo

    It is hard to imagine that Heliopolis was only desert in the year 1900. Postcards and photos from the beginning of construction in the area show how desolate it was initially. The area quickly grew into one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, thanks to wise planning and good marketing.

     
  • Hong Kong TV station

    Importance of highlighting Egyptian efforts for dialogue. Part of my job in Egypt is to bring foreign crews here for reporting. In December I took the Hong Kong based Network J International TV, led by famous TV Pastor Enoch Lam,

     
  • The Greatest Islamic Building 

    At the very beginning of Islam’s arrival into Egypt, mosques were established first in what is now Cairo, and then throughout the country, and then throughout the continent of Africa.  

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