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Congratulations are in order to Mayor Don Hansen and the other four city councilmen who voted in January of this year to lift the ban on the sale and use of "safe and sane" fireworks in the city of Huntington Beach. I know this is going to be...
Thousands of years ago, a powerful queen reigned over an ancient civilization. Her name was Hatshepsut, and her legacy and history continue to make ancient Egypt one of the most mysterious yet fascinating places on earth. On Monday, Hatshepsut came to...
Anyone who knows me knows how passionately proud I am to refer to the River Nile of Egypt as my mother, the Great Pyramids as my uncles. And they also know that even though I love my Egyptian roots and culture, I am proud to call myself an American, too....
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Heads of State, Government, Cairo (Egypt)
I pray with Mona Shadia ("Hoping for freedom in 'my' Egypt," Feb. 3) that Egyptian people will get freedoms that have been denied to them. However, I also would like to caution Egyptian protesters about the probability of a new regime that could be more...
CAIRO — Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip remained closed Sunday as the families and colleagues of seven Egyptian soldiers who were kidnapped in the northern Sinai Peninsula last week continued a sit-in. A video was briefly posted on YouTube...
CAIRO — The families and colleagues of seven Egyptian soldiers who were kidnapped last week in North Sinai kept Egypt’s borders with the Gaza Strip closed Sunday for the third day in a row. Nearly 170 demonstrators have gathered inside the...
Tags: Kidnapping, Mohamed Morsi, Fatah, Cairo (Egypt), Hosni Mubarak
The Bible tells the story of the burning bush and God’s call of Moses. At the age where Moses should be enjoying the benefits of AARP, when he should be bouncing great-grandchildren on his knee as his main exercise, it is then God speaks to Moses....
Imagine living in an area where you can't get your hands on your favorite foods. Now imagine how much you'd pay to get them. When people living in the Gaza Strip get a craving for KFC, there's no way they can get it. There are no name-brand fast-food...
Egypt Memorial Park is hosting a festival starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 1. The public event will kick off with a parade down Main Street. Throughout the day, the Steel Creek Band will perform from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., the Aardvarks from 3-6 p.m. and...
Tags: Festive Events, Arts and Culture
CAIRO — His phone doesn't ring and his charts are gloomy. But every day Mostafa Ismail, a financial broker with a hangman's demeanor, steps into the Egyptian stock exchange hoping for positive blips. They are rare in a nation where revolution...
Guatemala: Because of the escalating violence of anti-mining protests in the southeast, the government has declared a state of emergency in parts of Santa Rosa and Jalapa states, about 40 miles from Guatemala City. Troops have been dispatched to the towns...
The former United States ambassador to Israel and Egypt recently visited South Florida. Dan Kurtzer, who served as U.S. ambassador to Israel from 2001-05 and to Egypt from 1997-01, spoke about America's role in the Israeli-Arab conflict at two local...
Tags: John Kerry, Judaism, Politics, Government, National Government
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