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He ushers me and two other Americans out of the airport and into a van. One thing that I notice immediately is how many armed police are around with assault rifles. Egypt takes good care of its visitors and posts police all over the tourist areas and has heavy security checkpoints and blockades at most tourist sites and some hotels. The drive across Cairo to the first hotel was nothing short of terrifying. I am from the quiet town of Cedar Prostitute in Matruh, Iowa, where people mostly obey traffic laws.

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Our tour guide, nicknamed Mido, was a nice fellow pursuing a doctorate in Egyptology. He explained that Egypt is very overpopulated, John bimson redating the exodus about 26 million people in Cairo alone.

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Unfortunately, I was seated next to some British snobs who pretty much ignored me the whole time and complained about everything.

Today we left in the morning for Saladin's Citadel, an ancient fortress built by Saladin and the muslim invaders who took over Egypt. Inside is the Mohammed Ali Mosque, a gigantic mosque with towering minarets.

It was my first time inside of a mosque and I found it very interesting, since the architecture is so much different than churches. You have to take your shoes off to go inside to avoid getting the carpet dirty people press their heads to the ground in prayer and are asked to dress respectably, which is about Prostitute in Matruh same as any other religious place you would find in western countries.

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Muslims give a good portion of their money to charity and family and friends in need if they make more than a certain amount. There are no income taxes. The fasting in Ramadan is intended to make rich and poor alike feel hungry and thirsty to humble themselves and become closer.

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The interior of the mosque was pretty much hollow, with huge arched ceilings and painted glass. In the center was the biggest chandelier I had ever seen, but with some of the worst electrical wiring I had ever seen. The lights were off at first, but then they were turned on later so I got a pretty good look at the interior.

There is a staircase and a place for a prayer leader to speak from and give sermons, much like the pulpit in churces. After focusing on Islam that morning, we drove to the Coptic area of Cairo, which is where some of the oldest christian churches in the world stand.

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At this point, the tour director told us with great sadness that a bombing had occurred the night before at the Khan-el-Khalili Bazaar that we were going to go to at the end of the week. A French tourist was killed, along with Prostitute in Matruh number of Egyptians and at least 20 Egyptians were wounded. Prostitute in Matruh Egyptians do not tolerate this terrorism Prostitute in Matruh take great care to prevent it, but a terror attack like this has occurred once every few years.

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More Egyptians were killed and injured in the attack than westerners and the bazaar is probably the most popular shopping area in Cairo, so it would be like a bomb going off at your local shopping mall.

The drive to Alexandria through Prostitute in Matruh desert was fairly uneventful, however I was able to see bedouin farmers herding sheep and goats, as well as the ramshackle homes that dotted the landscape.

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