Jun 28 2011

صحيفة 'هآرتس' الإسرائيلية تنشر صورًا نادرةً لـ'مبارك' - في ذكرى محاولة اغتياله

Category: Egypt | Policy | اخبار | سياسة | صورAmr @ 20:03


نشرت صحيفة هآرتس الإسرائيلية عددًا من الصور النادرة للرئيس المخلوع محمد حسني مبارك، في ذكرى محاولة إغتياله في أديس أبابا عام 1995. ونشرت الجريدة ثلاثة صور أثناء توليه الحكم، يتبادل في احداهما قبلات حارة مع الرئيس الإسرائيلي شمعون بيريز خلال زيارته للقاهرة في أكتوبر 2008، وفي الأخرى يصافح أريئيل شارون رئيس الوزراء الإسرائيلي الأسبق في لقاء سابق معه عام 2005 بشرم الشيخ، وصورة أخرى لهما بقصر عابدين عام 1982.

كما نشرت عددًا من الصور التي التقطت له أثناء مباحثات كامب ديفيد 1979 مع الرئيس السادات، والرئيس الأمريكي جيمى كارتر، ورئيس الوزراء الإسرائيلي مناحم بيجين.



May 8 2011


Wrote by :  

Ahmed Magdy El-Serafi


There was one of news, drew my attention, published on the portal of the newspaper Al-Ahram on 30 April 2011, entitled "Administrative Control (Al Reqabah Al Edariya) requests the shipping documents of the gold mine Al Sukari" which aroused my attention to a wealth of mining in Egypt and particularly gold, and pushed me to search more thoroughly to find out more about Egypt's wealth of natural of this precious metal and found the following:

There are three areas where the mines to extract gold. All of which exist in the Eastern Desert. The first area is Mine Al Sukari at Mount Al Sukari and is located about 25 km south west of the city Marsa Alam. The second area is the Mine Hamesh and is located 100 km west of the city Marsa Alam. The third area is the location of Al Aalaquey, 250 km south east of the city Aswan.  In addition, it offered the first international bid in 2009 to search for gold and associated minerals and exploitation in Egypt under the production sharing which has been established to bid on three companies in five sites to explore in the Eastern Desert.


For the site Al Sukari, it has been established the first integrated factory to produce gold, silver, and copper; and its operation began in December 2009 to reach its production of gold about 911 kilograms until March 2010 - according to what came on the official website of the Ministry of Petroleum - and planned to be producing gold at a rate 200,000 ounces for a period of two years to grow to 500,000 per year for next 20 years, with an estimated total investment to $ 320 million. The mine is considered one of the largest gold mines in the world.



 Sukari Gold Project - Section 10250N

The site Hamesh has been producing the first block of gold in Egypt in April 2007. The total gold mined since the start of work until February 2010 is about 65 kg.


 The first block of gold in Egypt  extracted from Mine Hamesh- in April 2007



The site Al Aalaquey Valley has been announcing the discovery of gold in economic quantities and rates of high concentration.


It is worth mentioning that when it is announced about the production of the first block of gold in 2007, the Minister of Petroleum – at those days – "Sameh Fahmy" said that the support and follow-up of – the president ousted – "Hosni Mubarak" are the cornerstones in the return of Egypt to the production of gold.

Therefore, I conclusively linked the first news of a request for Administrative Control shipping documents of the mine Al Sukari with that statement said by the former oil minister.  I can almost smell the process of looting by the obsolete regime on a scope frightening me since “Hosni Mubarak” is accused of many economic and political corruption.

We must raise the issue of Egyptian gold and stand on all the details since the start in 2005. And we should thank God that obsolete regime had not quarried all gold reserves which still have not touched yet. That is why next governments must take the picture clear for all the people about their own natural resources.


I would also like to tell you that Egypt will hold the leading position among gold-producing countries. I will not be exaggerated if I tell you that Egypt may become the first in the world, especially of gold producing countries such as South Africa started in the gold extraction rates to decline.

God has endued Egypt with inexhaustible riche resources. And the most expensive of these resources are its great people. Long live Great Egypt and its proud people.