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American flag Embassy of the USA in Cairo

Address8 Kamal El Din Salah St.
Garden City, Cairo
Egypt
Phonelocal: (02) 2797.3300
international: +20.2.2797.3300
Web sitehttp://cairo.usembassy.gov/

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sven bjarnö kaae
Sat, 27 Jul 2013 07:59 EDT
email
mr. jacksons email
Dr. Amonhotep K. Gabriel
Thu, 11 Jul 2013 05:13 EDT
Talks with the MBs
No talks with terrorists and assassins . What democracy and peace do u expect out of those who pledged to burn the country if they do not come to rule.
American aid is welcomed but if US thinks of cutting aid I think egypt would have the right to think of annuling the peace agreement withy israel.
Hussam
Fri, 5 Jul 2013 14:07 EDT
Dandoosh
Dear Sirs
This is NOT a military coup, but a real revolution in which millions of Egyptians have participated against all odds, and we would not go back to our homes except after Morsi leaves.
We are the Egyptian people claiming back our country and we ask you to be on our side and not the side of a fascistic clan of fundamentalists who believe that the West are nothing but infidels.
We are people who love freedom, who hail from a civilization that believes in diversity of religions and races
We are Egypt of the 7,000 years telling you: I revolted.
hisham ouda
Fri, 5 Jul 2013 06:33 EDT
True Egypt's people Revolution and not a Coup!
I would highly urge the Americans to stop opposing 85% of Egypt's Population,the Military has supported the call of the Nation to stop the Terrorist the Muslim brotherhood from damaging Egypt,Image,Economy,.... etc
I wonder if you do have a real top notch people in Egypt to give this fact,America that I love is loosing popularity in Egypt,90% are having a very negative Image about the American Policy in Egypt,Please try to save this Image and support the Nation call to change the Islamist Dangers in Egypt.
sharon rembiesa
Tue, 2 Jul 2013 18:11 EDT
possible fraud and extortion
I have been sent messages through yahoo messenger. the mans name is Bryan Stanley. he says he is stranded in Cairo. he said he has come to the embassy asking for your help to get back to the states with his son. he says that you told him that you are not ready to help him. I want to know if this is true. is it a scam to try and get money. I sent 300 by western union to him in Cairo. he says that he needs more so that he can come home to the u.s. I would appreciate it if you can tell me if he has contacted you. thank you
Mohamed Mohamed Abdel Ghany Bader
Wed, 26 Jun 2013 05:40 EDT
My son visa
My son Ali Mohamed Mohamed Abdel ghany Bader aplied to visit visa to state in the camp seeds of peace he is just 15 years ,Im his father professor of ophthalmolgy working eye consultant in Kuwait .The embasy gave Visa to all students except of included mmy son .they traveled now to the state ,my son has severe depression ,he asked me why the 15 years boy has nt got visa .please answer me
Pilar Heraldez
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 19:28 EDT
My phone numbers, and regard of my heart surgery.
I just post a message a few minutes ago. And I forgot to send you my number in case someone like to contact me.
608 383 1007 and 608 475 2791. my E-mail reynamor@yahoo.com
Pilar Heraldez
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 19:02 EDT
Heaving Heart Surgery.
Can you please help me, with with some answers? Back on April of this year of 2013, I went to Egypt and got married. I was there for 7 seven weeks, when I was there everything was fine I was feeling very good and happy. When I come back to America USA, to the state of Wisconsin, I make medical appointment to see why i was not feeling good.Five years ago I did have heart surgery and mow I need an other one.So what do I need to do to help my husband to obtain a visa, to come to me before my heart surgery, that I am having next month the end of July of 2013? I will appreciate your help with my questions. Thank you very much.
mamdouh abdelmonaim
Sun, 9 Jun 2013 17:29 EDT
tourst visa for my son
my son application I130 was approved but he is over 21 . he is student in engnering collage in cairo . pls how he can applay 4 tourst visa to spent his vacation in usa. ty so much
Louise
Thu, 30 May 2013 20:47 EDT
Fell in love with an Egyptian man and was cheated
While on vacation I met and fell in love with a man from Giza and worked as a tour guide in Hurgurda. He was wonderful. We have been together nearly 5 years. I just found out he was a fraud. He had contracts with 4 different women, and is actually a man that has sex for money. He has women ion Egypt, Switzerland, American, South American and Czech Republic. He took money from nearly all of us for various reasons. He took 40,000 american dollars from an American, 15,000 from a lady from Switzerland. Can he be punished? what evidence do we need to produce. Can the tourist police make him stop cheating women? This is driving me crazy. I still love him even though there have been 19 women he cheated that have identified themselves (However none are willing to go to the police because they are so embarrassed).
can something be done? I contacted a lawyer in Cairo and was told as long as he didn't sign a paper nothing can be done.
How can he be punished? I know and realize that the women (myslef included) trusted Ahmed (Tito) however we were cheated into thinking we were building a life for us. He is a very good liar and duped us all.
How do we report him? can something be done? I have a copy of his ID card so I know his real name and where he lives. Ahmed (Tito) is so good that his entire entire family is involved in this scheme. They entertain and help the women and make them feel like family. They send texts, emails, and make the women feel like part of the family. This is a scam and the police should be alerted. However, I was told it will not do any good.

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