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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/12/2019 3:35:32 AM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
I think his startup mentality is what helps him and Telecom Egypt in their digital transformation. It's always refreshing to see advancements like this. 

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/12/2019 3:24:26 AM
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Re: specific verticales
Reading through the comments ... Perhaps we don't hear often about Telecom Egypt because what you say about the government blocking the Internet? 

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/12/2019 3:00:14 AM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
How interesting. I saw this about Telecom Egypt and I was wondering how is broadband working there. You don't get to here about Telecom Egypt often. So I was happy to find this. Then I saw your comment about the Saudi Arabian guy. Was it to different culturally to continue? 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
12/12/2018 11:36:09 AM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
@Commisio44354 The Middle East has always fascinated me. I dated a Saudi Arabian guy for a while. You think I would have learned more than I know. But I will definitely act on your suggestion. Thank you for your input.

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
12/10/2018 5:03:40 PM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
Without getting too political, suggest you research some of the predicament of all who helped spreahead the Revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak--including for instance Bassam Yusuf  (whome I view as the Jon Stewart/Trevor NOah of the MIddle East) who's now in Exile in the West--as I also urge you to see what Egypt is doing with the insurgency in the Sinai.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
12/9/2018 8:36:53 PM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
@Commisio44354 How is the situation in Egypt tragic? You mean the oppression? The Egyptians have a lot going for them. I hope they forge ahead to get the kind of life they deserve. I don't know much about what happened after the Arab Spring. Probably not much.

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
12/3/2018 12:20:00 AM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
I am well aware of the Arab spring and our team at the Daily Outsider has been assessing the state of all that has gone on in the Middle East in the aftermath of the Arab Spring--without getting too political, the reality in Egypt today is tragic--to see the least--and beyond the shores of Egypt, there is Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait.    Profound challenging time--thanks for sharing your perspective. 

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batye
batye
12/2/2018 1:52:40 AM
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Re: Talk Like an Egyptian
@srufolo1 yes and first place what come to my mind would be Jordan as they doing they best create and bring technology to the region and it own citizens... 

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batye
batye
12/2/2018 1:51:05 AM
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Re: specific verticales
@DonBrowne yes as technology acts a postve game changers brining people tougher in positive way - towards better technology and better future... 

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batye
batye
12/2/2018 1:49:45 AM
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Re: Egypt
@freehe yes I could not agree more f everything goes as planned it gonna be a big game changes and at the end it will affect all Middle East in positve way one way or other... the way t looks at my end... 

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