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As Cleopatra was an Egyptian, does that make you polytheistic? :unsure: :unsure:

 

In a word, no.

 

In modern Egypt (as opposed to ancient Egypt) there is a belief in only one God - Allah.

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Mohamed is stood here laughing his head off ...... :lol::lol::lol:

 

Cleo you should get Mohamed to join the forum or like me do you hog the computer too much so no-one else gets a look in. :lol::wink:

 

Hello Mohamed :D

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He has his own, mainly for business but also for pleasure. Let me rephrase that - also for leisure as in reading news, playing games etc., but strictly no porn.

He's out now Dizzy. Gone to meet his friends in the coffee house.

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In a word, no.

 

In modern Egypt (as opposed to ancient Egypt) there is a belief in only one God - Allah.

 

Ah, a 'modern' Cleopatra. :unsure::wink:

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In a word, no.

 

In modern Egypt (as opposed to ancient Egypt) there is a belief in only one God - Allah.

 

 

I bet that will upset all the other Gods. :shock::wink:

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Dave Allen would like this Peter

 

New Fossil Discovery Changes Everything!

 

Our fastest held beliefs and greatest scientific laws and theories have come undone by the discovery of God’s fossilized remains in the highlands of Armenia, in the vicinity of Mt Ararat. The discovery was made by an international team of archeologists of varying religious backgrounds (including several atheists).

“The importance of this discovery is entrenched in the fact that it proves everyone wrong, believers and atheists alike. The believers and creationists are of course vindicated by finally having hard scientific proof of God’s existence, thus disproving the atheists; and the evolutionists and atheists can finally and definitively claim that there is in fact no God…anymore,” said, lead archeologist in charge of the dig, Dr. Noah Layman

Despite the infinite importance of this discovery, there is a problem that is sure to create an unprecedented amount of controversy. And that is the fact that scientists have not been able to reliably date the fossil. The current methods of dating fossils has proven inadequate, but it is believed that the fossil is at least 4.5 billion years old (as old as the Earth itself).

Also, despite immense pressure from numerous major religious sects, the scientific paper published regarding this discovery also states that there are strong indications that God was a woman.

Note: Unfortunately, this still does not solve the problem of creationism versus evolutionist theory because there is no way to prove whether life sprang into existence before or after the death of God.

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In a word, no.

 

In modern Egypt (as opposed to ancient Egypt) there is a belief in only one God - Allah.

 

Cleo.... so is there an intolerance of any other religion over there? Just interested because over here we do tolerate other peoples beliefs to a fair degree.

 

Do you have Christian churches and the like? I have only ever been to the likes of Sharm and Narma so not had the experience of "proper" Egypt

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Religion: Islam is the official religion, and about 90 percent of all Egyptians are Muslims, most of them members of the Sunni sect. According to official Egyptian estimates, the Coptic Orthodox church, a Christian denomination, has no more than 3 million adherents and constitutes the largest religious minority; Copts themselves claim some 7 million members. An estimated 1 million people belong to the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Armenian, and various Protestant churches. The country has a very small Jewish community.

 

 

Love Google :)

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There is a certain amount of tolerance re christianity and indeed there are christian churches, as well as christian cemetries.

Did you not see in tv reports during the revolution in Tahrir Square, in Cairo, how the christians formed a barrier surrounding the muslims, to protect them from government forces, as they prayed?

 

And Baz, I do know the situation in the UK because I AM British. :wink:

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Actually Coptic Christians have been in Egypt and Ethiopia since before Christianity reached the British Isles. For what this information is worth on a "Jokes and Quizzes" topic :blink: :blink:

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Says the chap who posts his jokes in the General section :wink:

 

Care to elucidate? :blink:

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And Baz, I do know the situation in the UK because I AM British. :wink:

 

I KNOW you are.... and you are a woman too..... see, I do pay attention!! :D

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Care to elucidate? :blink:

 

he doesn't do those mushrooms now asp..... but if you'd asked him 10 years ago!!...... :D

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Actually Coptic Christians have been in Egypt and Ethiopia since before Christianity reached the British Isles. For what this information is worth on a "Jokes and Quizzes" topic :blink: :blink:

 

Well of course it would. Egypt is much nearer to where it all began than the British Isles are. :wink:

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