The Egyptian community
Sunday، 15 May 2016 - 12:00 AM
The Egyptian community is one of the most deep-rooted communities all over the world; due to the fact that the ancient Egyptian practiced agriculture 5000 years ago, they believed in the necessity of achieving cooperation among members of the community. So, they established a central government to regulate matters among them.
On the other hand, the geographical position of Egypt helped the Egyptians to be in constant contact with the East and the West, the North and the South, a matter that helped them acquire a lot of experiences and cultures.
Hence, the Egyptian community serves as a melting pot for all cultures and civilizations, yet the Egyptians maintained their habits and traditions as well as their social and cultural characteristics.
The Egyptian community, however, reflects a series of values and principles derived from various religions. Religion is the main source of the cultural and intellectual heritage of the Egyptian people.
In modern times, health care, youth and children care, the role of Non-Governmental Organizations and civil society institutions affect the nature of the Egyptian community in regards to its modern and renewed dimensions.