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DEBATE| Do You Believe Egypt is Safe to Visit?

DEBATE| Do You Believe Egypt is Safe to Visit?

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Lately, Egypt has witnessed a wave of terrorist attacks that have largely targeted security forces in the North Sinai. However, with the recent accidental killing of Mexican tourists and their Egyptian guides in the Western Desert, questions have been raised as to the safety of tourists in Egypt.

Share your thoughts and your own experiences below to let us know if you believe Egypt is safe to visit.

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