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Submitted by ahmed (Egypt), Sep 26, 2006 at 17:37

hi for all the people who are reading and watching from all the world.

first of all i am normal egyptian person. i would like to say that we have to respect egyptian history as it is one of the oldest societies in the world, as without ancient egypt we could not reach what we reach now from improvement, as they discover iron they discover rocks ships, how to trade fire faming. so without ancient egypt may all the world not reach what we reach now. and we are learning from them till now from architecture, painting, we took from them a lot of words that we can write and speak latin words as we cannot speak about egyptian monouments. thanks, i would like to say that i will read about what is talked about saudia destruction of its old buildings and iran


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