Exiled Egyptians: The Heart of Africa #2020

Exiled Egyptians: The Heart of Africa By Moustafa Gadalla Exiled Egyptians The Heart of Africa A study of the forgotten ancient Egyptians who fled the foreign invasions and religious oppressions It covers how they rebuilt the ancient Egyptian model system in Africa and how a thousand years of
  • Title: Exiled Egyptians: The Heart of Africa
  • Author: Moustafa Gadalla
  • ISBN: 9780965250962
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Exiled Egyptians: The Heart of Africa By Moustafa Gadalla
    Exiled Egyptians: The Heart of Africa By Moustafa Gadalla A study of the forgotten ancient Egyptians, who fled the foreign invasions and religious oppressions It covers how they rebuilt the ancient Egyptian model system in Africa, and how a thousand years of Islamic jihads have fragmented and dispersed the African continent into misery and chaos.
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      Moustafa Gadalla

    About “Moustafa Gadalla

    • Moustafa Gadalla

      Moustafa Gadalla is an Egyptian American independent Egyptologist, who was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1944 He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Cairo University.Gadalla is the author of twenty two published internationally acclaimed books about the various aspects of the Ancient Egyptian history and civilization and its influences worldwide He is the Founder and Chairman of the Tehuti Research Foundation Egypt Tehuti an international, U.S based, non profit organization, dedicated to Ancient Egyptian studies He is also the Founder and Head of the on line Egyptian Mystical University EgyptianMysticalUniversity.From his early childhood, Gadalla pursued his Ancient Egyptian roots with passion, through continuous study and research Since 1990, he has dedicated and concentrated all his time to researching and writing.

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    • In his book, Moustafa Gadalla describes the close connection between Ancient Egypt and the rest of Africa He contends that as invasions caused disruption, loss of influence and religion for the indigenous populations of Ancient Egypt, many of them migrated to other parts of Africa Through an analysis of political organisation, religion, linguistics, art, architecture, oral tradition, division of labour, historical records and he shows that the cultural similarities between Ancient Egypt and the [...]


    • Once I realised where he was going with in the 1st few pages it was time to return it, I see the racism dripping from his writing, he has it backwards, Kemet is the culmination of all African progress and is not separate from but apart of racist, racist racist stay away, if I could give it a negative 5 star I would.


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