The effects of the revolution in ICTs [information and communication technologies] should not be limited to achieving economic and developmental gains.
They should be extended to strengthening political, social, and cultural links among nations to bring about world peace based on justice, equality, and supporting national efforts toward more freedom, democracy, and respect of human rights. Egyptian President Husni Mubarak The Egyptian government is pursuing an ambiguous policy with regard to the Internet and communication technologies.
I’ve been here in Korea for two weeks and I’ve been hearing quite a bit about cross-cultural relationships as there seem to be so many foreigners here dating Korean men and women.
Hearing about the cultural differences and challenges they face has really made me reflect a lot on what I learned from through my second language, Arabic.
That was until a bunch of came our way that threw a spanner in the works and brought the whole thing to a halt. It was a heartbreaking end and one that neither of us wanted but in the end it wasn’t our decision to make.I didn’t really understand what he meant, but het explained me that in that way we could share a hotelroom as we were going to Luxor. We planned to stay in Holland for several years to earn some money and then move to Egypt. After he had lived here for more than six months, he thought that renting a house, was a waste of money and he suggested we should buy a house.Later on we could get married in the official way, I agreed. All this with the money I had from an inheritance and a small loan.On the one hand, Prime Minister Ahmad Nazif, Minister of Communication and Information Technology Tariq Kamil, and Minister of Education Ahmad Jamal al-Din have embarked on an ambitious program to expand Egyptians access to information over the Internetwith impressive results.The government does not engage in widespread online censorship.Travellers should be aware that sexual harassment is a major problem in Egypt for Egyptian women.