I don't believe anything i said about the Wahabi Salafi distorted way of ISlam that is sweeping Masr is Wrong!! Its the biggest DISEASE in Egypt, and is destroying Egypts fabric! Egypt is secular by the way Secular does not mean you don't believe in Religion, or you don't respect it, simply it means you don't involve politics in religion if you don't need to!! A stern Muslim can be a secular as well!!

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The hate i have for those Bearded wahabis and monakabat in our society is unimaginable, they have ruined Egypts Youth and ruined the beautiful peacful message of Islam!

Tue, 2008/03/18 - 14:04

Your style is too inflammatory, and you will not have many people listen to you if you continue to talk like that.

Be calm and people will listen. Be emotional and you are no better than whom you criticize.
Khalid Baheyeldin

Mon, 2008/06/09 - 18:31

I am in E.G.C right now and i think that people like MR.Tarek & MR.Anynomous both degrade of E.G.C !

Thu, 2008/07/17 - 14:32

I was an EGC student from 1971-kindergarten- till high school. I remember the head Mistress Ms ann Khalfallah .and Ms Marzouk at the anybody from this era?

Thu, 2009/02/12 - 17:41

I attended EGC from KG to Grade 5. I left in 1990. I cannot remember any names. All I remember is that I used to take Bus number 2.
I Live in Canada now.

Fri, 2009/09/18 - 15:08

i want to say somthing to all ex-egces (boys or girls ) the way u critisiz ur old school is really bad and only says that the egc didnot teach u decpline. and all wat the egyptians do is to critisiz. if any body is seeing something bad happining come and fix it urself . i am an egc student i want to tell the person who said that girls are wearing makeup and jewellery i want to tell him/her that any girl who makes that kind of mistake is severly punished.

Thu, 2010/04/15 - 23:40

Woops. I accidentally posted that in a different page. Apologies Mr. Khalid!

My father is a former E.G.C. teacher! One of the best schools in Alexandria.

Sun, 2010/05/02 - 07:37

I can't believe you guys you just turned this page which was supposed to express love and nostalgia to our beloved incomparable school into this kind of talk , I can't even name it....guess what this will never change the way I'll always feel for this very special place and these unreturnable years of my life. I was looking for a school for my daughter this year, tears would curle up my eyes when I got to check a solid ground area that they call the playground, no grass at all, let alone what they call the library, the gym,...I'm talking about very well known schools here in cairo, with rocking reputations.I'm proud of every day I woke up, put on my pink or green school dress took the bus, stood in line went to the break took an honour hooked it on my cravat. what are you talking about. we will never learn to appreciate what we once had....

Wed, 2010/12/29 - 08:23

i totally agree with u ,EGC is a unique school in everything,there was an aristocratic ambiance allover it..the theater,the dinning room,the pool,library..everything,i don't think any of the new schools now days can be even remotely like our EGC,the only thing that breaks my heart is that school administration could'nt keep this high level of education and discipline that we were raised to. all our old famous great teachers r no longer working there anymore and finally this "tagreebya" chaos ..oohh may god bless our EGC