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55-year-old Egyptian farmer Makhluf Abu Kassem, center, sits with farmers under shade of a dried up palm tree surrounded by barren wasteland that was once fertile and green, in Second Village, Qouta town, Fayoum, Egypt, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020. Abu Kassem fears that a dam Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile, the Nile’s main tributary, could add to the severe water shortages already hitting his village if no deal is struck to ensure a continued flow of water. “The dam means our death,” he said. (Nariman El-Mofty/Associated Press)

Water already dwindling, Egypt’s farmers fear impact of dam

by Samy Magdy Egypt’s farmers already face severely stretched water resources due to years of mismanagement and increasing population SECOND VILLAGE, Egypt (AP) — In the winter of 1964, Makhluf Abu Kassem was born in this agricultural community newly created at the far end of Egypt’s Fayoum oasis. His parents […]

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From Egypy to the Promise Land

Don’t Forget!

by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot “Be careful that you do not forget the Lord, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.” Deut. 6:12. In life there are things we should forget, and even God forgets our sins the moment we repent and He forgives us. I […]

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