Tag Archives: Egypt

God. I Understand Him

Numbers 14 (in the Common English Bible) – 1 The entire community raised their voice and the people wept that night. 2 All the Israelites criticized Moses and Aaron. The entire community said to them, “ If only we had … Continue reading

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What’s Changed for Egyptians?

It looks to me as though they’ve only traded one tyrant for 100.  The military, having taken power, isn’t treating the population any different than the President did. Egyptian police and soldiers fired weapons and used batons and teargas for … Continue reading

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Agree to A Truce, and then Attack…

That’s just what Israel did- they agreed to a truce and then launched an air strike against Gaza. An Israeli aircraft struck a pair of Palestinian militants on Sunday, killing one man and wounding a second after Egypt said it … Continue reading

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The Latest Egyptian Tragedy

Al Arabiya reports via twitter  just moments ago- 25 people killed, 272 wounded in Maspero clashes: Egypt\’s health ministry What madness.

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Anti-Christian Violence in Cairo

UPDATE:  The death toll is now 23.  Earlier it was reported… The Associated Press reports Riots erupted in Cairo Sunday night as Christians protesting a recent attack on a church came under assault by thugs who rained stones down on … Continue reading

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Pharoahs at War: And Eric Cline is On It

On History International Channel tomorrow night (Sunday, October 9, at 10 pm) In this hour of our innovative and comprehensive look at the history of Ancient Egypt, we ask how Egypt maintained its relative independence for 3000 years. We answer … Continue reading

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The Digital Amarna Project

Here’s something quite useful for folks interested in ancient Egypt or Egyptology: The Amarna Project. The ancient Egyptian city of Tell el-Amarna (or simply Amarna) was the short-lived capital built by the ‘heretic’ Pharaoh Akhenaten and abandoned shortly after his … Continue reading

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