Egypt’s new constitution allows people to say any of the following in the name of their country: I’m Egyptian.
This is Egypt.
Egypt is my country.
Egypt’s national anthem is “Ele lah-lah.”
Egypt has the word “Elo,” which means “love.”
Egypt is the birthplace of the Muslim Brotherhood, which led the revolution that overthrew President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
Egypt has one of the world’s highest rates of homicide, and many people are afraid of their fellow Egyptians.
The Egyptian government banned Facebook and Twitter in 2017.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been criticized for his crackdown on the Muslim community, which includes more than a million people, and has also been accused of trying to suppress dissent.
Egypt recently elected the country’s first female president, Adly Mansour, and recently appointed a former army chief as the countrys first minister of tourism.
Egypt also hosts the 2022 World Cup, which will be held in a country that has one-third of the planet’s population.
The country is the third-largest oil producer in the world.
In 2017, Egypt had the highest number of arrests for non-violent crime in the Arab world, and more than half of all citizens are believed to have been detained for no reason other than their political beliefs.
It also has the highest death rate in the region, with about 5,000 people per 100,000.
Many Egyptian men are also considered violent, and a large majority of Egyptian women have had at least one previous relationship with a member of the armed forces.
The government has been cracking down on Islamist extremism and other radical groups, particularly those who support the Muslim Brothers’ political cause.
In June 2018, Egypt’s military arrested nearly 50,000 Islamists, and President Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi has been accused by many of being complicit in the crackdown.
Egypt was the first country to decriminalize homosexuality, and in 2015, President Abdel Nasser signed a bill that decriminalized adultery.
A man was reportedly sentenced to six years in prison for allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
The law also criminalizes homosexuality.
In January 2019, Egypt became the first Arab country to introduce a minimum age of marriage for all citizens, and gay sex is punishable by up to five years in jail.
A new law, introduced in October 2018, requires men to present their identification cards to women during a sexual encounter, and requires men with a criminal record to serve jail sentences.
A similar law was passed in April 2019.
Egypt banned the wearing of headscarves during the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha in May 2019, and police have reportedly raided mosques and other places of worship in a bid to curb the spread of Islamic extremism.
In November 2019, a court ordered a public university to close after two men were arrested on suspicion of spreading extremist views.
Egypt had a high rate of suicide bombings, with more than 2,500 in 2017, more than one every two days in 2018, and the country recorded the largest number of attacks in the Middle East in 2017 with 1,865.