By Susan L. Wilson
A Survival advisor to Customs and Etiquette in Egypt
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Suddenly, one of the trucks stopped, men alighted from the truck and headed for the viewing stand from which Sadat and other dignitaries viewed the parade. In the confusion, it seems that Sadat thought the soldiers were coming over to shake his hand. In any event, a hand grenade was lobbed at the viewing stand, but did not explode. A second followed, which again did not explode. Finally, the third grenade exploded. At the same time, the assassins leapt out of the truck, and with automatic guns fired into the viewing stands, killing Sadat.
According to Richard Engel writing in the Middle East Times, the statement said, “Today’s military operation in Luxor won’t be the last one. ” Egyptian government officials responded immediately with massive police support in and around all tourist sites in Egypt. Changes were made at the ministerial level when a new Minister of Interior was appointed following the immediate resignation of his predecessor. New plans were developed to re-evaluate and refine security measures at all of Egypt’s tourist sites.
When you reach Ramses station, this is the boundary between Bulaq and Shubra. Bulaq was the old industrial centre of Cairo; however industrialisation subsequently moved northward to Shubra. A very traditional area of Cairo, today’s Bulaq is one of the most densely populated districts of Cairo. It is also noteworthy because this area bred much of the recent Islamic unrest. East North-east from Midan Tahrir, you will find Midan Talaat Harb and Ezbekiya Gardens, an area full of Westernstyle shops and inexpensive, old hotels.
Culture Shock! Egypt: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Susan L. Wilson