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The mosque of Amr Ibn Al-As, the synagogue of Ezra and the church of Abu Serga are located in one spot in Old Cairo. The mosque of Amr Ibn Al-As is the oldest mosque in Egypt and Africa and the fourth mosque built in Islam. The Abu Serga church is built over a cave where the Holy Family hid. The...
Subtitles: *The main reason for selling the synagogue is because of a lack of people attending for prayers *The contract stipulates that the synagogue must not be turned into a mosque or church *The head of the Jewish community claims "we have not received any help from Israel" Usama Khalid begins...
Prime Minister Ehud Barak officially opened new archaeological excavations near Al Haram Al Sharif, a flash point of Arab-Israeli enmity. The site’s political and religious sensitivity exploded in bloodshed three years ago.
"The artifacts and monuments used by Egypt’s Jews are part of our national heritage. They tell the story of the Jewish community in Egypt over the centuries." This is how Mohsen Abdel-Rahman Rabi’, director of the Department of Jewish Antiquities (DJA) at the Supreme Council of Antiquities,...
Three weeks ago, the Egyptian government was surprised by a request from the Israeli government to build a new Jewish synagogue in Cairo.
A Jewish synagogue which was built in 1887 was placed on the list of archeological landmarks.
An Egyptian family discovered that it has inheritance in the occupied Palestinian lands. This inheritance includes some of the Aqsa mosque courts and parts of the Wailing Wall.


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