What would locals like others know about Egypt? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:
King Tut centenary: Where oh where are the Egyptians in Egyptology? – Ella Al-Shamahi
Who Gets to Tell the Story of Ancient Egypt?
Holy Family Trail: A new path through Egypt’s holiest sites
Egypt’s New Cabinet Includes a Historic Number of 8 Female Ministers
Grand Egyptian Museum
Ras Muhammad National Park
Ras Mohamed was the first declared protected area in Egypt in 1983. It lies at the southern-most tip of the Sinai Peninsula
Egypt post the revolution – Egypt after the January uprising – how much has changed and just what is likely to happen in the upcoming parliamentary election?
Democracy in Egypt (2011) – The Egyptian revolution came not from the intellectual elite or opposition parties, but via Facebook and the Twitterverse, from the young men and women of Egypt fed up with autocratic, geriatric rule. Nor are they interested in a theocracy. Does this mean we’ve seen the end of an era which began with the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979?
Who will govern Egypt? (2010) – As the intellectual crucible of middle eastern thought, Egypt remains enormously influential. What happens in Egypt when Hosni Mubarak dies will have global ramifications. The Muslim Brotherhood, the chief of intelligence, high up military men, and Gamal Mubarak, Hosni’s son, are all jostling for power.
Marsa Alam – Wikipedia
Valley of the Kings
From Egypt with Love
2011 Elections – Google