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  • Friday ,31 July 2015
العربية

New Suez canal and a new hope

Suleiman Shafik

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Friday ,31 July 2015

New Suez canal and a new hope

I am writing this article during the final preparations for opening the new Suez Canal, which is considered as the second pyramid of the modern Egypt.I am writing this article during the final preparations for opening the new Suez Canal, which is considered as the second pyramid of the modern Egypt.

The first pyramid of the modern state was building the High Dam and the second is opening the new Suez canal, which is the second ecological surgery to subdue the nature by man.
 
 Both projects have been performed and supervised by the Egyptian armed forces. The first hero was Abdel Nasser, former president of Egypt, and the second hero is president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the current Egyptian president.
 
The first giant ship passed in the new Suez canal before the opening Ceremony day and it is an expression of the vision the Egyptian will and the great achievement of the project in a record time.
 
In Egypt, we are under the pressure of old Egypt that is full of negligence and intolerance. This is symbolized by the sinking ship in Warraq  that killed 32 citizen. However, the new Egypt is really promising by its great projects including the new Suez canal, which can take six giant ships of containers.
 
Old Egypt is sitting under the darkness of ignorance and retardation, and the new Egypt starts a new school to study nuclear science in El Dabaa.
 
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has declared to give 30 acres for the church to build a new cathedral in New Cairo, but a small church is closed by one policeman in Arab Cement area expressing the intolerance of old Egypt.
 
In old Egypt, we can see electoral bribes flourishing, but a new parliament is being hoped for by the new Egypt.
 
May God help President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in his war against the rusty minds in old Egypt and many agents who are plotting against Egypt and supporting terrorism. Our new Egypt is ready to pay the price of freedom. Long live Egypt.