oh without a doubt sxb we can always appreciate the good, but the ancient egyptians are extinct and it wouldnt make any sense for anybody today to care too much about themA lot of filth happened in all civilisations, so it wouldn't be fair to single out the Egyptians.
We can admire the great achievements of the Egyptians, but acknowledge they weren't perfect.
a notice a couple of them are on the alt right on twitterI assume you came across him on the internet. Most Anti-Islam Egyptians are confined to the internet.
Anti-Arab Egyptians are more public with their strong views on Arabization of their nation, some even want to revive the Egyptian language & see the revival of Hebrew as inspiration which was also a dead liturgical language that was only spoken by Rabbis.
I don't speak Arabic either sxb.
Is this Arabic or Coptic? My Arabic is nonexistent.
Their language seems to be dead. I can't find any normal conversations in Coptic, just some songs and hymns (which makes it sound unnatural).I don't speak Arabic either sxb.
I assume they're singing religious songs in Egyptian Arabic, since i'm aware that Coptic priests translated their scriptures to Arabic as the use of Egyptian declined.
The Egyptologist lecturer said he visited Coptic churches in Egypt for their sermons to hear Ancient Egyptian. Try to find a sermon.Their language seems to be dead. I can't find any normal conversations in Coptic, just some songs and hymns (which makes it sound unnatural).
I hear that MENAs were far more tolerant of Jews than Europeans were prior to the creation of Israel (1948). Then the Anti-Jew sentiment started to take off in the Arab world.They are Christians in a country that is majority Muslim.
It's impossible for them to go extinct unless they faced a genocide.