Debbie Senters
Debbie Senters

This has been a favoirite site of tourists. It has to be saved!

Maat M Kemet
Maat M Kemet
  • Debbie Senters

We have to save our Cultural,Historic Patrimony of Civilization for respect of our Fathers,for respect of ouself for to transmit this priceless Heritage to our children...not for some walks of tourists...

Yasser Ali
Yasser Ali
  • Debbie Senters

It is not only the history of Egypt! It is a World Heritage Site! With all due respect, Egypt depends tourists! Here, too, should reign respect! Any help is appreciated, of course, tourists!

Maat M Kemet
Maat M Kemet
  • Debbie Senters

Egypt don't depends from the tourists...Egypt depends from the Agricolture,Suez Canal,from his industiries and tthe from the tourism that is the 4th voice in our economy...without doubt it is an important field that count more than 2 milions of workers...Egypt is a diversified economy...the fact that we live only of tourism is a legend,a faulse information...rethoric...

Yasser Ali
Yasser Ali
  • Debbie Senters

I have argued that Egypt is only dependent on tourism? No!
Agricolture and industiries are closely linked to the tourism! Suez Canal is a reasonably stable base! Tourism Experts in the sector have repeatedly sounded the alarm on the deteriorating state of one of the economy’s main revenue earners, which directly employs 4 million Egyptians and indirectly impacts 14 million, according to the Tourism Ministry.
For me, some walks of tourists welcome in Egypt! And also help from the tourists for this petition is welcome!

John Cross
John Cross
  • Debbie Senters

Yes it is true what you say but all of Egypt's economy functions in very narrow fields, such as the farming very close to the Nile or canal system - VERY WATER DEPENDENT! The beauty of tourism is - that the infrastructure is already there [the ancient monuments] thus very little cash investment needed to run it! Lastly the simple rule is that you MUST cater for peoples needs [what they want to see], that mostly is YOUR PAST. I do enjoy all of your culture [as many do], from the farmer in his...

Yes it is true what you say but all of Egypt's economy functions in very narrow fields, such as the farming very close to the Nile or canal system - VERY WATER DEPENDENT! The beauty of tourism is - that the infrastructure is already there [the ancient monuments] thus very little cash investment needed to run it! Lastly the simple rule is that you MUST cater for peoples needs [what they want to see], that mostly is YOUR PAST. I do enjoy all of your culture [as many do], from the farmer in his corn or fruit field, to the fisherman even the ferry master crossing the Nile - so concerned so responsible, to the chattering fun loving children cooling in their favourite swimming place !

Wafaa Saad
Wafaa Saad
  • Debbie Senters

great work!

Safaa Aboushady
Safaa Aboushady

It is belonged to our children & grandchildren, it is what we had heritage from our ancestors, please do something to SAVE it.

Hassan Fahmi Rashwan
Hassan Fahmi Rashwan

It is an important part of the Egyptian history that should be protected for future generations. Thank u Mrs. Wahiba.

Hesham Ghoneim
Hesham Ghoneim

WE must know every thing about those armed thugs who are building in the site! where did they come from and what is there problem? I know one of the chief inspectors of the site and he is also a local inhabitant of the neighboring village. I don't think those people can be that bad......who is behind all this?

Kristina Nelson
Kristina Nelson

Kristina Nelson no, in response to a comment below, it's not enough to sign. The Ministry of Antiquities, claims it is "dealing with the issue" and the land will be taken back, but to every crisis, Ministries say, "we don't have the budget to deal with this. Meanwhile, in Al Hayat today, the headline is "Egyptians threaten to destroy Senefru pyramid". good coverage on CBC, ON TV and others getting involved. Islamic declaration that what these people are doing is not wrong. The people,...

Kristina Nelson no, in response to a comment below, it's not enough to sign. The Ministry of Antiquities, claims it is "dealing with the issue" and the land will be taken back, but to every crisis, Ministries say, "we don't have the budget to deal with this. Meanwhile, in Al Hayat today, the headline is "Egyptians threaten to destroy Senefru pyramid". good coverage on CBC, ON TV and others getting involved. Islamic declaration that what these people are doing is not wrong. The people, themselves say they are only extending the practises of their ancestors of burying their dead in the desert. But this is prime archaelogical land and the enclosed courtyards will allow for free digging. already, the desert out there is full of holes. A political issue? Of course, because it's a national issue that the people living in the valley cannot expand into the desert because these lands are the property of the army and no one has thought this through. Instead, our govt is focusing on taking photos of unveiled women out of school textbooks. So, spread the word, talk to all the important people. If you know someone in UNESCO, they have huge project for the development of Dahshur and yet, we've heard nothing from them about this.

António Boavida
António Boavida

For ehat we are now is very important that the ancestors had give us. We perserverate it.

Ahmed Adel
Ahmed Adel

hapipy

Mirth Mirth
Mirth Mirth

Egyptian historical monuments should be recued and saved from savages. It is a mission for all civilized nation.

Hemeda Abdallah
Hemeda Abdallah

it, s a part of our history we can, t forget........ the other side god have mercy of us fore the accident of train.

Magdy El Bialy
Magdy El Bialy

I believe we have to save the dahshur arcaeological area for our future generations those treasures belong to the whole world.

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