Egypt’s culture digest June 22: Can you distinguish between Muslims, Christians at a sohour held by a church?
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Christians, Muslims enjoy sohour at Evangelical Church

Hundreds of Christians and Muslims had sohour (a meal Muslims have before dawn and starting the fast in Ramadan) together at the Evangelical Church in Mukattam Tuesday.

The Church distributed fawanees (Ramadan lanterns) amongst the attendees and a Christian woman joked with an Al-Azhar sheikh saying “how are you, father?”

The pastor of the church said suring the gathering “I challenge you that you distinguish between Muslims and Christians, we all worship God.”

 

Show on folkloric foods at Bayt al-Sinnari

A recreational show on folkloric foods and other themes will be held at Bayt al-Sinnari in Sayeda Zeinab, Cairo at 9 p.m. Wednesday. Al-Sira Puppet Theater will present the act in cooperation with Zaytuna Art Center.

 

Culture Minister to attend Cairo University’ssohour

A sohour will be held at Cairo University Wednesday evening at 100 EGP per ticket; 100,000 students have already registered. Minister of Culture Helmy al-Namnam and Businessman Ahmed Abou Hashima will attend the event. A part will also be held on campus.

 

Flashback to perform for children at Bayt al-Sinnari

Flashback band will perform at Bayt al-Sinnari June 27 at 9 p.m. in an open concert. The band in mostly interested in old children songs.

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