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  • Amun-Ra
    Exploring the Egyptian pantheon: the god Amun
    Amun is an important god in the Egyptian pantheon: so much so, sometimes he is called “The King of the Gods.” Amun can therefore be likened to other ruling gods in various pantheons from around the world. For instance, Amun is...
  • Ammit
    Exploring the Egyptian pantheon: Ammit
    Ammit is considered a deity in the Egyptian mythos. Some sources identify her as a goddess, while others refer to her as a demon or monster. She is a female creature depicted as part hippopotamus, lion, and crocodile. When Anubis, the Guardian of...
  • Aker
    Exploring the Egyptian pantheon: the god Aker
    Aker is considered as one of the minor gods in the Egyptian pantheon, but an exploration of his attributes will reveal he played an important role as a guardian and protector. Aker is an earth deity with an intriguing physical presentation. In...
  • Egyptians blast Obama for interfering with Egypt’s internal affairs
    Egyptians blast Obama for interfering with Egypt’s internal affairs
    Several Egyptian signatories blasted President Obama and his administration on Friday with a lengthy message to halt the administration’s interference in the future of Egypt and the administrations’ continued support of the Muslim...
  • Nader Tadros, an Arab political activist, prepares to meet with Egyptian immigrants.
    An Egyptian immigrant’s view on his country’s political change
    As Egypt undergoes political transformation, an Arab activist in Washington, D.C. is sharing his unique perspective about events surrounding the recent ouster of President Mohamed Morsi. “This is a popular movement,” says Nader...
  • Ancient Egyptian statue turns back on visitors
    Ancient Egyptian statue turns back on visitors
    An ancient Egyptian statue housed in the Manchester Museum in England recently began moving on its own puzzling the museum curator Campbell Price, reports NBC News on June 25.The 10-inch statue of Neb-Senu was acquired in 1933 and displayed in a...
  • Armed march on D.C. gets support from unknown Egyptians and Arabs
    Armed march on D.C. gets support from unknown Egyptians and Arabs
    Adam Kokesh, the controversial ex-military veteran who has staged anti-war protests in the past, along with his Internet show, Adam vs. The Man, who plans to hold an armed march on Washington, D.C. on July 4, 2013 posted on his Facebook page today...
  • Statue of Sekhmet.
    The ‘Feast of Sekhmet’ honors the Egyptian goddess of retribution and justice
    The Feast of Sekhmet is celebrated to honor the Egyptian solar, warrior goddess Sekhmet. Sekhmet is the consort of Ptah the Creator; She is a goddess of justice, retribution and war. As a solar deity, Sekhmet represents the power of regeneration...
  • king tut
    Halloween Guide 2012 - King Tut's Tomb @The Egyptian
    Saturday, October 27th, King Tut's Tomb Comes Alive at the Egyptian Theater, located at 1625 N. Las Palmas Ave in Hollywood. This 4th Annual event made a name last year as the best selling and #1 rated party by HalloweenLA.com in Hollywood,...
  • Walk Like an Egyptian
    Cleopatra gets a makeover; Britney Spears photo reveals ancient longing
    Friday morning Britney Spears posted a gorgeous looking photo of herself on Facebook. The photo shows the X Factor judge, Britney Spears; posing as Cleopatra on aphoto shootfor Elizabeth Arden. The warm golden costuming and the pose are enough to...
  • U.K. woman fired for Egyptian makeup
    U.K. woman fired for Egyptian makeup
    Makeup is used to enhance looks and self-esteem. Some women will not even make the Sunday trip to the grocery store without makeup. Makeup to many women is like a coat of armor that makes them ready to take on the day.For 28 year old U.K. woman...
  • Egyptomania by Joe Sioufi
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    Article by Joe Sioufi: Since a very young age I was fascinated by the Pyramids, the Egyptian history and if you are like me you do not want to miss the exhibit “Egyptomania,” currently at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.This exhibit...
  • Drumming beyond one's self
    Drumming beyond one's self
    "We are like a mirror, reflecting each other," says leader of the Shinnyo-en Taiko Drumming Ensemble Mr. Keizo Iwakiri about the fellowship within his group. "My goal is to help each member come out with his or her own personality...
  • Egyptian Ankh
    Egyptain Protection Amulet
    Throughout ancient civilization amulets were wore for protection and to ward off danger and evil. One of the most ancient of amulets is the Egyptian Ankh Cross. This amulet symbolizes immortality and the power to travel onward (into the next life)...
  • Youtube: A fresh start for young Arab Americans
    Youtube: A fresh start for young Arab Americans
    For some Youtubers, Youtube is a way to express themselves, whether it's through singing or acting. Youtube has been an escape for young adults from their chaotic and stressful lives. For some young Arab Americans, Youtube has been an outlet...