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I can’t and won’t lie: I was afraid to visit Egypt. Televisions in my home stay locked on CNN and my husband’s beloved MSNBC (he has a love-hate relationship with Joy Reid, who’s affectionately called “Joy-Ann” in our home), and Egypt looks less than tempting as a vacation destination as shown via Western media outlets.…

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I have been very fortunate to have visited Egypt on four occasions but each time I travel to this land of historical antiquities, I remain overwhelmed by the wondrous monuments and history of this North African country. The monuments in Egypt have been consistently described as one of the great “Wonders of the World” as lasting…

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CAIRO — The first democratic presidential administration of Egypt in the modern era is in extreme peril as hundreds of thousands of people flood Tahrir square to demand the ouster of President Muhammad Morsy. About two dozen pro and ant-Morsy demonstrators have been killed during violent clashes overnight, the local Egyptian media reports. The military…

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