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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF EGYPTIANSTREETS
39.7% of egyptianstreets's followers are female and 60.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.50%. The average number of likes per post is 443 and the average number of comments is 9.
Egyptianstreets loves posting about Travel, Photography.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR EGYPTIANSTREETS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF EGYPTIANSTREETS
- Photography 76.83 %
- Travel & Tourism 70.52 %
- Beauty & Fashion 49.85 %
- Technology & Science 46.28 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.50 %
- Art & Design 41.67 %
- Fitness & Yoga 36.91 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.61 %
- Entertainment 33.87 %
- Music 32.82 %
If your first reaction to this is that you 'don't need to read this', then you probably should. It is your responsibility, if you are not Black, to educate yourself on anti-Blackness and to actively work against it. While you may think this isn’t an issue for Egyptians, it is in fact, much closer than you think. Egyptians come from a multi-racial community in which Black Egyptians are systemically and socially disadvantaged - in particular, through the displacement of Nubian people, and the treatment of other Black people in the country. Anti-Blackness and colourism are just as rife in Egypt as they are elsewhere. Here’s a step-by-step guide designed specifically for Egyptians, credited to Lizzy Soliman. It is important that we hold ourselves and one another accountable and to continue to learn and grow. #BlackLivesMatter #BLM
After receiving feedback from the community and consulting further, we decided to delete our original post due to certain terms used in the Arabic image that were derogatory. We sincerely apologize for any offence caused and believe this is part of the learning and education process - something even we are not above. Thank you to all those who provided feedback. We would be happy to discuss the issue with anyone concerned. ------------ No matter where we are in the world, it is our responsibility to stand up to acts of racism. We can make a difference as individuals and as a community. We can amplify the voices of Black communities by sharing their stories and supporting their movements. We can educate and challenge ourselves and our communities. We can share resources with one another- sign petitions, donate, and fundraise. We can all make a difference by speaking up. #blackouttuesday ---- اينما كنا في العالم فإنها مسئوليتنا أن نقف جميعا معأ لإحداث الفارق. نستطيع أن نوصل اصوات مجتمعات ذوي البشرة الداكنة بأن نشارك قصصهم و ان نساند حركاتهم. نستطيع أن نتحدي و أن نعلم أنفسنا و مجتمعاتنا. نستطيع كلنا أن نحدث الفرق بأن نتكلم بصوت عال.
The number of new #COVID19 cases in #Egypt in May alone reached 15,000+, out of a total of 20,793 cases since February. Starting from tomorrow, a number of new measures will be introduced. Here's all you need to know. Remember: #StayHomeSaveLives
Both #Egypt and #Vietnam have very similar socio-economics - but one has been hailed as a success story in its fight against #COVID19 and another continues to raise alarm. However, this is not a competition. This shows what Egypt should aspire to achieve and what Egypt and #Egyptians themselves can learn from a country (and importantly its people - the #Vietnamese - who took the pandemic seriously from day one) that is very similar to Egypt in many ways but was able to defeat COVID-19. What can Egypt do next to stabilise the COVID-19 outbreak? What can Egypt do the next time there's a #pandemic? These are all questions that will need to be asked and answered - and looking at the response in Vietnam to COVID-19 provides some clues. #StayHomeSaveLives
Egyptian Writer Reem Bassiouney Becomes First Woman to Win Prestigious Naguib Mahfouz Award 📚 -------- Reem Bassiouney - ريم بسيوني won the Naguib Mahfouz Award for the best #Egyptian novel of the year for her bestselling novel ‘Sons Of the People: The Mamluk Trilogy'. Egypt’s Supreme Council of Culture, under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture, announced the names of the winners of the Naguib Mahfouz award for the best Egyptian novel and best Arabic novel last Thursday. Bassiouney is the first woman writer to receive the award, which stopped for nearly 20 years before its revival in 2017. Her bestseller novel ‘Sons Of the People: The Mamluk Trilogy’ aims to approach history with a deeper outlook on the human experiences of the Mamluks in Egypt, who originally came as owned slaves and then later ruled #Egypt for around 267 years. (Read more on our website as well as an exclusive interview with Bassiouney!)
Egypt, like many countries around the world, is going through an unprecedented crisis. Support your country and your healthcare workers: #StayHomeSaveLives. It is no longer acceptable to flout social distancing requirements, to ignore curfews, and to leave your home for any non-essential reason. Egyptian nurses, doctors and other medical staff are on the frontlines of the #COVID19 battle and are sacrificing their lives for our future. With more than 100 million people, #Egypt is incredibly diverse. There are many people, particularly those who rely on a daily wage, who are struggling to 'Stay Home and Save Lives'. If you have the ability to, help those who need it the most, while exercising your ability to stay home and maintaining social distancing. The past few days have shown us that immediate action must be taken starting from now - not tomorrow, not in two weeks. Egypt's hospitals are at maximum capacity and will collapse if the virus continues to spread at high numbers. More than ever, it is time for us all to Stay Home and Save Lives.
As we begin a new month it is important to not only stay safe, but stay informed so you know what to do if you or a loved one comes in contact with COVID-19 and how to identify the symptoms. Public health agencies around the world, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and Egypt's Ministry of Health and Population (وزارة الصحة والسكان المصرية), are recommending that people be prepared with a plan of action in case they develop any COVID-19 symptoms. Pass this on to a loved one and read our detailed guide on our website for more resources! #covid_19 #egypt #stayhome
Ramadan Kareem to Muslims in #Egypt and across the world! We wish you all a joyful and peaceful Holy Month of Ramadan. ✨ Ramadan is normally celebrated with family gatherings, group prayers and charitable events. However, it is important to maintain 'physical' distancing and stay at home as much as possible. This doesn't mean we can't still stay connected- check out our article on how to host a virtual iftar with your loved ones! We believe this is an opportunity to reflect on the things that matter the most in our lives and to help those who are not as fortunate as much as we can.
Did you know that yesterday marked exactly 64 years since Egyptian women gained the right to vote? Egyptian feminist, poet, and leader, Doria Shafik was a leader of women's suffrage — women were granted voting rights and allowed to be considered as candidates in the National Assembly in 1956 due to her activism.
Minaret views of Cairo from Al Moez Street ☀️ The street, along with many of the buildings in the area, were laid out during the Fatimid era and can be considered some of the oldest foundational buildings of #Cairo. Shot by @farahkhairat
Often, one spots a man balancing a tray of bread while cycling or a woman crossing the street with a huge pot on her head, so we've always been impressed with Egyptian balancing skills. @hebzphotoz captured the moment perfectly: this jovial figure carries a load of 'fino' bread for delivery.
Small moments of joy in #Cairo as a little boy gets his ice-cream from a peculiar looking cart. Shot by @muhannadabuelgoud.
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