Underage Girls Are Egypt’s Summer Rentals. The Government is proposing a $6000 price tag.

A young Egyptian girl getting married to an old Arab

A New law in Egypt to oblige a foreigner Usually older Arab to deposit 50,000 ponds in the name of the girl he is marrying. There are a number of laws in Egypt regarding under age marriages 18 years being the legal age and 16 years with parental consent. Marriages are to be registered and no underage marriages are allowed. One Problem non of the laws are enforced.

Each summer, wealthy male tourists from Gulf Arab states flock to Egypt to escape the oppressive heat of the Arabian Peninsula, taking residence at upscale hotels and rented flats in Cairo and Alexandria. Many come with their families and housekeeping staff, spending their days by the pool, shopping, and frequenting cafes and nightclubs. Others come for a more sinister purpose.
In El Hawamdia, a poor agricultural town 20 kilometres south of Cairo, they are easy to spot. Arab men in crisp white thawbs troll the town’s pot-holed, garbage-strewn streets in their luxury cars and SUVs. As they arrive, Egyptian fixers in flip flops run alongside their vehicles, offering short-term flats and what to them is the town’s most sought-after commodity – underage girls.
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The brokers, usually second-rate lawyers, also offer a delivery service. Village girls as young as 11 are brought to the Arab tourists’ hotel or rented flat for selection. Arab men travelling with their wives and children often arrange a separate flat for such purposes.
The temporary marriages offer a way to circumvent Islamic restrictions on pre-marital sex.
“Many hotels and landlords in Egypt will not rent a room to unmarried couples,” explains Mohamed Fahmy, a Cairo real estate agent. “A marriage certificate, even a flimsy one, allows visiting men to have sexual liaisons.”
Engaging in sexual relations with minors is illegal in Egypt. Brokers can help with that too, forging birth certificates or substituting the identity card of the girl’s older sister or forge a new one.
A one-day mut’a or “pleasure” marriage can be arranged for as little as 800 Egyptian pounds (100 dollars). The money is split between the broker and the girl’s parents.
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A summer-long misyar or “visitor” marriage runs from 20,000 Egyptian pounds (2,800 dollars) to 70,000 Egyptian pounds (10,000 dollars). The legally non-binding contract terminates when the man returns to his country.
The “dowry” that Gulf Arab men are prepared to pay for sex with young girls is a powerful magnet for impoverished Egyptian families in a country where a quarter of the population subsists on less than two dollars a day.

The International Organisation of Migration (IOM) too has been studying these “marriages”. “The family takes the money, and the foreign ‘husband’ usually leaves the girl after two or three weeks,” says Sandy Shinouda, a Cairo-based official at the IOM’s Counter-Trafficking Unit.
“The unregistered marriages are not recognised by the state and afford no rights to the girl, or any children that result from these unions.”
Shinouda, who formerly ran a shelter for victims of the trade, says most of the young girls come from large families that see marriage to an older, wealthier foreigner as a way to escape grinding poverty.
“The girl may have 10 siblings, so the family considers her as a commodity,” she says.
Parents may seek a broker to arrange a marriage once their daughter reaches puberty. In about a third of cases the girl is pressured into accepting the arrangement, the NCCM study found.
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This can have a profound psychological impact on the girl’s mental health, says Shinouda.
“The girls know their families have exploited them…they can understand that their parents sold them,” she says. “Reintegration is a big challenge because in many cases if you return the girls to their family the parents will sell them again.”
Egypt’s 2008 Child Law criminalises marriages to girls who have not reached the legal age of 18. Another law prohibits marriages to foreigners where the age difference exceeds 25 years.
But the laws are never enforced, concedes NCCM’s El-Ashmawy. Anecdotal evidence suggests the trade has grown since Egypt’s 2011 revolution as a result of worsening economic conditions and an ineffectual police force.

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“It’s not simply about poverty or religion,” she asserts. “It’s cultural norms that support this illicit trade – people believe it is in the best interest of the girls and the families at large. And brokers succeeded in finding common ground with families in order to exploit young girls.”
Some of the victims are taken back to their husband’s country to work as maids or sex slaves while those left in Egypt are shunned by the conservative society – particularly if they get pregnant or have a child during their temporary marriage.
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Young divorced girl with child.
The shame of being divorced and poor leads many of the girls to dump these youngsters in orphanages or abandon them with thousands of other Egyptian street children.Many of these ‘brides’ are also targeted by Egyptian men and forced into prostitution.
Street girls of Cairo, subject of Tahini Rached's documentary THESE GIRLS, playing at the historic 50th San Francisco International Film Festival, April 26- May 10, 2007.
 Prostitutes catering to Egyptian men in local coffee shops offer to have sex for $13 (100 Egyptian Pounds) per encounter. Usually they get or accept less.30-50 egyptian pounds is the average most live on the streets.Or get picked up by pimps and are sold to work in whore houses.

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Dr Hoda Badran, who chairs the NGO Alliance for Arab Women, says that she believed poverty was the major cause of the trade.
She said:’If those families are in such a need to sell their daughters you can imagine how poor they are. Many times, the girl does not know she is marrying the husband just for the short term. Or for the summer
‘She is young, she accepts what her family tells her, she knows the man is going to help them. If the girl is very poor, sometimes it is the only way out to help the family survive.’
When she becomes a prostitute she is not Halal anymore. But the old Arab who married her for a few hours or overnight or a week That was Halal.
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Flash Mob

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A flash mob or flashmob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place and perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time before quickly dispersing. They are often used for the purposes of entertainment, satire or artistic expression and are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral emails.
There is some question as to whether the term, coined in 2003, is applied to events and performances organized for the purposes of politics (such as protests), commercial advertisement, publicity stunts that involve public relation firms, or paid professionals. In these cases of a planned purpose for the social activity in question, the term smart mobsis often applied instead.
The term “flash rob” or “flash mob robberies”, a reference to the way flash mobs assemble, has been used to describe a number of robberies and assaults perpetrated suddenly by groups of teenage youth. Bill Wasik, originator of the first flash mobs, and a number of other commentators have questioned or objected to the usage of “flash mob” to describe criminal acts, however, in a few reported cases, flash mobs have turned violent or led to criminal activity.

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Flash mobbing was quickly imitated outside of the United States. This picture is of “sydmob”, the first flash mob held in Sydney, Australia
The first flash mobs were created in Manhattan in 2003, by Bill Wasik, senior editor of Harper’s Magazine.  The first attempt was unsuccessful after the targeted retail store was tipped off about the plan for people to gather. Wasik avoided such problems during the first successful flash mob, which occurred on 17 June 2003 at Macy’s department store, by sending participants to preliminary staging areas—in four Manhattan bars—where they received further instructions about the ultimate event and location just before the event began.

More than 130 people converged upon the ninth floor rug department of the store, gathering around an expensive rug. Anyone approached by a sales assistant was advised to say that the gatherers lived together in a warehouse on the outskirts of New York, that they were shopping for a “love rug”, and that they made all their purchase decisions as a group. Subsequently, 200 people flooded the lobby and mezzanine of the Hyatt hotel in synchronized applause for about seconds, and a shoe boutique in SoHo was invaded by participants pretending to be tourists on a bus trip.
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Wasik claimed that he created flash mobs as a social experiment designed to poke fun at hipsters and to highlight the cultural atmosphere of conformity and of wanting to be an insider or part of “the next big thing”.The Vancouver Sun  wrote, “It may have backfired on him … [Wasik] may instead have ended up giving conformity a vehicle that allowed it to appear nonconforming.”  In another interview he said, “the mobs started as a kind of playful social experiment meant to encourage spontaneity and big gatherings to temporarily take over commercial and public areas simply to show that they could”.

Precedents and precursors
In 19th-century Tasmania, the term flash mob was used to describe a subculture consisting of female prisoners, based on the term flash language for the jargon that these women used. The 19th-century Australian term flash mob referred to a segment of society, not an event, and showed no other similarities to the modern termflash mob or the events it describes.
In 1973, the story “Flash Crowd” by Larry Niven described a concept similar to flash mobs. With the invention of popular and very inexpensive teleportation, an argument at a shopping mall—which happens to be covered by a news crew—quickly swells into a riot. In the story, broadcast coverage attracts the attention of other people, who use the widely available technology of the teleportation booth to swarm first that event—thus intensifying the riot—and then other events as they happen.

Commenting on the social impact of such mobs, one character (articulating the police view) says, “We call them flash crowds, and we watch for them.” In related short stories, they are named as a prime location for illegal activities (such as pickpocketing and looting) to take place.
Flash mobs began as a form of performance art.[ While they started as an apolitical act, flash mobs may share superficial similarities to political demonstrations. In the 1960s, groups such as the Yippies used street theatre to expose the public to political issues. Flash mobs can be seen as a specialized form of smart mob,  a term and concept proposed by author Howard Rheingold in his 2002 book Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution.

Use of the term
The first documented use of the term flash mob as it is understood today was in 2003 in a blog entry posted in the aftermath of Wasik’s event. term was inspired by the earlier term smart mob.

Flash mob was added to the 11th edition of the Concise Oxford English Dictionary on 8 July 2004 where it noted it as an “unusual and pointless act” separating it from other forms of smart mobs such as types of performance, protests, and other gatherings. Also recognized noun derivatives are flash mobber and flash mobbing.Webster’s New Millennium Dictionary of English  defines flash mob as “a group of people who organize on the Internet and then quickly assemble in a public place, do something bizarre, and disperse.”
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Flash mobs, like this pillow fight flash mob inDowntown Toronto (2005), are designed to surprise passers-by.
This definition is consistent with the original use of the term; however, both news media and promoters have subsequently used the term to refer to any form of smart mob, including political protests; a collaborative Internet denial of service attack;
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 a collaborativesupercomputing demonstration; and promotional appearances by pop musicians. The press has also used the term flash mob to refer to a practice in China where groups of shoppers arrange online to meet at a store in order to drive a collective bargain.

The city of Braunschweig, Germany has stopped flash mobs by strictly enforcing the already existing law of requiring a permit to use any public space for an event. In thee United Kingdom, a number of flash mobs have been stopped over concerns for public health and safety. The British Transport Police have urged flash mob organizers to “refrain from holding such events (silent disco) at railway stations”.

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Donia Masoud دنيا مسعود

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Born and bred in Alexandria, Donia Massoud left for Cairo at the age of 21, alone and independent, to the outrage and chagrin of her family. After a number of experiences on stage, both singing and acting, Massoud began a three-year journey searching for and documenting folk poetry and music. She traveled the length and breadth of the country, from Suez to Upper Egypt, to learn and study the musical repertoires of ordinary people.

On her return, she founded her own independent troupe of musicians, with whom she now tours Europe, Asia and Africa performing Egyptian folkloric songs. She also joined both the Fathi Salama group and Al- Warsha troupe, which gave her a way to be in touch with local audiences.
All she has to do is step on stage, alone, and she takes on a very special character of her own – a style she herself describes as “a coquettishness reminiscent of Shadia and Soaad Hosni as they were in the 1950s and 1960s.”
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Donia Masoud, was photographed with a tattoo that read, “My heart’s feud is with God.”
The body ink immediately raised hackles in Egypt, whose society is deeply traditional and atheism is outlawed.

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دنيا مسعود Donia Masoud مغنيه و ممثله مصريه من مواليد اسكندريه سنة 1979، درست المسرح فى جامعة مصر بالاسكندرية، ظهرت اول مرة على مسرح الاوبرا كمغنية سنة 2001 مع فرقة شرقيات بعدها أسست فرقة خاصة سمتها (فيونكات دنيا) بمصاحبة الة الإيقاع وآلة الكولة، ومن أغانيها (بتناديني تاني ليه) و

(ع اللى إتغرب) و (روق الأناني) و (نعناع الجنينة) و (ببيع ياسمين) و (مش عيب عليكي)، وكانت بدايتها مع التمثيل سنة 2001 فى فيلم (خلي الدماغ صاحي)، وكمان من ابرزها (جعلتني مجرماً، اهل كايرو)، تزوجت سنة 2011 وتواصل عروضها الغنائية فى باريس التي تقيم فيها حالياً.
 من اول أغانيها نعناع الجنينه مع محمد منير

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دنيا مسعود من مواليد 2 مايو سنة 1979 و تقيم في باريس.

تمثيل (19 عمل)
1. اللون الأزرق فيلم قصير 2011 داليا
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2. مات نام “سبوبة مصرية” رسوم متحركة 2011 جت سليمة

3. اهل كايرو مسلسل 2010 موظفة بالفندق
4. مجنون ليلى [حكايات بنعيشها] مسلسل 2009
5. العيادة ج2 سيت كوم 2009
6. جنينة الأسماك فيلم 2008
7. شريف و نص ج1 سيت كوم 2008 رنا
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8. العيادة ج1 سيت كوم 2008
9. فى شقة مصر الجديدة فيلم 2007 رضوى
10. حنان وحنين مسلسل 2007

11. جعلتنى مجرماً فيلم 2006 كريمة
12. حارة العوانس مسلسل 2006
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13. أفيش و تشبيه مسلسل 2006
14. قلب حبيبة مسلسل 2005
15. عيش ايامك مسلسل 2004
16. عربي تعريفه فيلم 2003 (لم يعرض بعد)

17. خلي الدماغ صاحي فيلم 2001
18. اتنين تحت الصفر مسلسل
19. مصرع فرخة فيلم قصير
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Honoring Women by Beatings in Islam الإسلام يكرم المرأة بالضرب

Terrified abused woman trying to stop the attack and devend herself,

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الشيخ محمد العريفي ضرب المرأة كضرب البعير لانها لاتفهم.إنشروا هذا الفيديو وافضحوا كلاب ابن تيمية ومحمد عبدالوهاب وبخاري ومسلم

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Who said it, Donald Trump or Adolf Hitler?

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1. “Do not compare yourself to others. If you do so, you are insulting yourself.”

2. “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”
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3. “Who says I am not under the special protection of God?”

4. “Just look at the bill of fare served up in our movies … and theaters, and you will hardly be able to deny that this is not the right kind of food.”
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5. “If you win, you need not have to explain … If you lose, you should not be there to explain!”

6. “I do not see why man should not be as cruel as nature.”
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7. “The more economic difficulties increase, the more immigration will be seen as a burden.”

8. “Great liars are also great magicians.”

9. “I can fight only for something that I love, love only what I respect, and respect only what I at least know.”
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10. “Any alliance whose purpose is not the intention to wage war is senseless and useless.”

11. “Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized.”

12. “Humanitarianism is the expression of stupidity and cowardice.”
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13. “How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don’t think.”
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Answer: They’re all Hitler. But if you can imagine Trump saying any of them, then, well, we just might have a problem.


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He Obviously Watched Beverley Hills Cop


Coolest Police Chase Ever

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Change your Words Change your World



الابداع في الكلمات

فيديو رائع لا يمكن ان تتوقع ان كلمة غيرت كل شيئشارك هذا الفيديو الممتع مع اصدقائك :)اسألنا عن دورات #التسويق #المبيعات و دورات #ceative_Thinkig

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