Locals Celebrate The Exit Of Murbarak

DEARBORN (WWJ) – Several people of Egyptian decent and local Arab-Americans gathered in Dearborn to celebrate the exit of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak.

The group gathered at the Lebanese American Heritage Club Friday evening to celebrate the departure of Mubarak.

 “Today we witness the rise of the sphinx, the rise of the young – the believers – the people who believe in their destiny,” said Osama Siblani  publisher of the Arab-American News told the crowd gathered.

Many gathered Friday hope that destiny in Egypt will be democracy.

Ahmad Ali came from Alexander Egypt in 1999; “I can not describe the joy and pleasures that I am feeling now, I have been living most of my life in Egypt and have been through most of what these people have been through before, I’ve been through the injustice, through the corruption, I’ve been unemployed for a very long time,” Ali said. 

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    This somehow seems strange as there are certainly no native monkeys or baboons to Egypt nor have there been for some time stretching back to antiquity. Prehistory saw a much wetter region with a landscape considerably greener than today and the process of its drying out into mostly desert with only the fertile ribbon cutting through the country together with a few scattered oasis may have been taking place even into Egypts . By the we find buried in the necropolises various such animals including hamadryas or the sacred baboon papio hamadryas baboons Papio cynocephalus anubis green monkeys Cercopithecus aethiops red monkeys Cercopithecus pata and the barbary ape Macaca sylvanus … .. …. .. ..Though many of these animals were considered to be a vessel that could be inhabited by the gods and must have been given considerable care investigations into the animal necropolises of and particularly have revealed that their life expectancy in Egypt was very limited.

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