Nile River Ferry Sinks Killing 12

Nile River Ferry Sinks Killing 12

Late on Wednesday night, a transport ferry carrying around 20 people sunk in the Nile River. The accident happened on the water in an area known as Giza’s Waraq near the Nile River Delta, around 150 miles southeast of Alexandria, Egypt. The latest reports show that 12 at least people have been confirmed killed as […]

Luxor Suicide Bombers Target Egyptian Temple

Luxor Suicide Bombers Target Egyptian Temple

Luxor was the recent target of suicide bombers on Wednesday, June 10, and police were lucky to have thwarted an attack at an ancient Egyptian temple. Reports say three men approached the entrance to the Temple of Karknak, Luxor; one of whom was wearing an explosive belt. The belt was detonated when police confronted them, leaving one dead […]

The Black Athena Debate: Egypt, Not Greece, Spawned Western Civilization

The Black Athena Debate: Egypt, Not Greece, Spawned Western Civilization

Historiography is at its best when the historian interpreting data stays within the limits dictated by the range of knowledge he/she commands. No historian should be so credulous to believe that they can get away with positing a thesis, no matter how plausible, on unconventional evidence outside their field of knowledge. Therefore, it is fundamentally […]