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Egyptian Artefact Spotted in Nasa’s Photo of Mars Opens Debates and Conspiracy Theories

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UFO expert Scott Waring opens a very interesting debate about ancient Egypt after one of NASA’s photos of Mars showed what looked like an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus.

This won’t be the first time to spot an object that looks exactly like ones that date back to ancient Egypt, as this coincides with a previous discovery of an object that resembled the head of an Egyptian statue on the Red Planet.

Conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring claims that this strange rock is actually an Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus.

Scott used photo-editing tools to color the object, which he spotted in a Nasa photo of the red planet. 

This discovery led Scott to start questioning where ancient Egyptians really came from? He is backing up his theory with the claim that Egypt is quite similar to Mars in both the weather and appearance, so it would make perfect sense for them to move from Mars to Egypt.

“I’ve got an interesting discovery on Mars that is going to rock archaeology,” Scott said in a YouTube video about the find.

“There is an Ancient Egyptian tomb of sorts carved into the side of this mountain on Mars.

“Are ancient Egyptians from Mars? Did they then move to Egypt? Egypt is very similar in appearance and weather to that of Mars. No other place on Earth looks much like Mars.”

“So if this is true, it totally explains why such amazing pyramids are built way out in the middle of nowhere,” he added. “It’s because it was the closest home that they could come.”

What does this mean for us? Does it mean that our ancestors are actually aliens? Does this mean WE are actually aliens who belong in outer space and not here on Earth?

Well, none of these questions can be answered as Waring’s claims are not yet backed up by scientific evidence. So far, space scientists and astronomers didn’t find any trace or signs that there was once a life on Mars.

 

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Egypt Chosen to Lead the African Network of National Human Rights Institutions

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Mohamed Fayek, president of the National Council for Human Rights, declared yesterday that Egypt has officially been chosen as the president of the African Network of National Human Rights Institutions.

The Network of African National Human Rights Institutions (NANHRI) is a non profitable regional umbrella organization that brings together 44 National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) in Africa. It was funded back in 2007 and is registered under Kenyan laws as an independent legal entity.

The announcement was made during Fayek’s speech in the twelfth periodic conference of the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions.

The conference that saw the participation of 44 African countries, all of whom are members of the commission, in addition to representatives of regional, local and international human rights bodies in Egypt.

Fayek also highlighted that this conference is the first event to be organized in Cairo, and that the theme chosen for the conference stresses on the ‘Global Compact for Migration.’

The Network of African National Human Rights Institutions aims at achieving human right endeavors in all of the African countries, with principles that are in line with Paris’.

 

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Lebanese Protesters Form A Peaceful Human Chain Across the Country

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Thousands of Lebanese protesters have formed a human chain that extended from the south all the way to the north of the country, in an impressive attempt of symbolizing national unity.

People of Lebanon joined hands from Tripoli to Tyre, making a 170 KM human chain, that passes through the capital, Beirut. This marks a historic moment where Lebanese people unit together, hand in hand, despite their ethnic, religious, or social differences.

Those who joined the chain began in the early afternoon of Sunday and by 4 PM, the chain has been completed with the participation of 170,000 protesters.

Even with such a massive chain, protesters made sure they didn’t cut through any of the major roads in Lebanon to avoid disturbing the rest of citizens, the chain was formed along the main coastal highway of Lebanon but it was certainly an organized and peaceful form of protest.

 

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Egypt’s largest Metro Station in The Middle East Inaugurated

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Heliopolis metro station, Egypt’s largest station in the Middle East, has been inaugurated this morning and is ready to receive commuters.

The station is built on a space of 10,000 square metre which makes it the biggest station in the Middle East region, according to the transportation ministry

The construction of the station has began back in 2015 and the station will connect to Cairo International Airport and Al-Salam city.

The new metro station will help reduce around two million commutes above ground, which in return will reduce the traffic congestion. Also, citizens will save the cost of more expensive mean of transportation.

Another point worth mentioning is that the station will include automated machines to purchase tickets directly, in addition to a digital signage system to guide passengers.

 

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