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Abu abdulla
Mon, 28 Apr 2014 02:26 EDT
Liver and kidney transplant in USA
I am an Egyptian national working in QATAR since 20 years. I am suffering from liver cirrhosis and renal disease. As per advice from doctors in Egypt and Qatar,they advised me to transplant both my organs (kidney and liver) in one combined session as my creatinine is high.
Due to the liver ascites, I am doing paracentesis tapping in every 7 days (12 liters).My age is 57 years and blood group is A +.
I need support to know the good hospital in USA they can give organ and to carry out this transplantation.
pls support me in this regard.My e-mail:, mob no:0097455210104.
Mon, 23 Dec 2013 12:19 EST
plz i need help
plz i am from egypt and working in media field i have rare disease autoimmune disease and i will go to usa for treament by stem cell therapy plz i need some one help my husband to find any work in usa so i can afford the fee of treatment there it wil take long time my email is plz i need help my phone number is 002/01224924533
Thu, 15 Aug 2013 20:04 EDT
Massacre's In Egypt
First, let me state how I am extremely disappointed that the people who represent me have done NOTHING whatsoever thus far concerning the turmoil in Egypt. My country of origin has people dying left and right, and the United States is just watching. We are a country built on democracy. We promote democracy. So why are you not doing anything to return the VOTED, ELECTED and LEGITITMATE president of Egypt?
People from my family in Egypt are dying. As a Muslim, I feel that you are misrepresenting me. I feel that the media claims that Muslims are dangerous and whatnot. But I have never done any of that, and therefore I don’t want to be represented that way. There are people in Egypt who are peacefully protesting only to be attacked by military forces, as happened on August 14th.
You sitting here doing nothing about Egypt is a mistake in and of itself. The more you wait, the more people are getting killed and the worse it will be for the country. President Obama stated on August 15th that President Morsi was not representing all the people. First, I don’t believe that President Obama represents ME as he should. Second, if President Morsi did not represent the people of Egypt, why did he win all five elections? Third, why is the United States worrying about this instead of taking action to what is happening in Egypt? It is not enough to stop funding the military. They should also take out the people who were placed in jail unfairly. Not only that, but they should allow the families of the people murdered to be able to bury them. I feel that the United States just cares about its own well-being, and doesn’t care if people overseas are dying. That is a shame. We preach abroad what we can’t and won’t even do.
Thu, 15 Aug 2013 17:16 EDT
Please end genocide in Egypt
I join billion others in our protest over the current state of Egypt.What took place is barbaric and does not reflect the Egyptians in general.

The well- being of the people should be considered.Your internal problems will open doors to your real enemies outside Egypt.

Our prayers for peace in Egypt.
Thu, 4 Jul 2013 16:55 EDT
I'm glad to inform you I've already e-mailed the Egyptian Embassy in Spain, Madrid, to send them my very best wishes and congratulations for the intelligent and necessary actions taken by the loyal (to Egypt & the Egyptians, not to that antidemocratic, extremist and inept government of ex-President Morsi) and progressist Egyptian Armed Forces and their well-deserved efforts to create a different, modern and progressist and democratic Egypt, for their being against all & any form of radical and extremist ultra-Islamized Dictatorship. I wish them and you all Egyptians the best and Good Luck in winning a better Egyptian government and country, an Egypt in real Democracy, Freedom, Peace and Progress!
I'm giving you and Egypt my full and true support no matter if this is a humble little one. I'm doing it as the Free Thinker I am. I hope to visit your country, your New Egypt soon & you have this friend in this city of Gijon/Xixon in the Celtic & Green Principality of Asturies, España/Spain.
Sincerely with my best regards,
Joseph Anth. De la Huerta
Uncle Sam
Thu, 13 Sep 2012 12:01 EDT
Attack on Embassy
You just woke up America !!! No more aid-Money for you. You visit the top terrorist of the middle east..the iranian leader. Nothing but a camel and goat herder. Good luck with your sand infested desert of a kuntry. GOD Bless The USA...
Sat, 28 Jan 2012 08:18 EST
cure in the usa
Dear /Mr Ambassador
Hi, I am Egyptian citizen from Egypt , I have a brother from the wounded people because of our great revolution on 25th of January he is severely injured in his brain we are so worried about him as he is still suffering from amnesia . he is over 37 years ,married with three children we did our best to treat him in private hospitals and doctors . so we ;d be grateful if you could help us to treat him in the USA , someone told me that your excellency has declared in the media that you are ready to share in helping the wounded of our great revolution .
my brother has already registered in the national counsel for the wounded and martyrs of the revolution
name ; Wadeh Yacoub kamel Benyamin / Al Minia egypt
my name benyamin
mobile 00201224392439/ 0020867553899
with my best wishes. We are waiting your favorable reply .
Ahmed El-Kotob
Sun, 18 Dec 2011 03:32 EST
In light of what is goin on in Egypt, I renounce my Egyptian Citizinship
As of this moment, I renounce my Egyptian Citizenship in light of the current human rights abuses and the killing of the Egyptian youth.

I am very ashamed of my Egyptian heritage.

I have already sent the necessary forms to make this official.
T. Holmes
Mon, 10 Oct 2011 12:16 EDT
May Egypt and her people find peace, heath & prosperity
I am an American citizen [Milwaukee, WI] and visited Egypt as a tourist just before the fall of Mubarak's government.

I saw Cairo and boated down the Nile, Luxor to Aswan. The sights were wonderful and all the Egyptians I met were very friendly. I thank you all for your hospitality. I hope the new government and Egypt's people, both Muslim & Copt, live together in peace and happiness, God willing. I and many others wish to visit again, but not if there is disorder.
Tue, 12 Oct 2010 12:53 EDT
heelo im taha from egypt im here just tow weeeks i need egyption frinds

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