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" "Well, I explain to her that in Egypt, we don't use this system of coffee.

You know, it's the system in England, asking for coffee, because it's considered vulgar to ask for sex." "But what happened? It is British women who taught me the idea of giving pleasure." His voice raised in enthusiasm as he pointed a finger at his forehead.

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There is evidence that the authorities have monitored online communications without first obtaining search warrants.

The authorities have blocked Web sites associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, arguably Egypt’s largest opposition movement, and the al-`Amal (Labor) Party, another Islamist group.

"One woman taught me how to use your mind to control yourself--she said, look, just concentrate! Now, I can resist for about an hour." "And Egyptian women? "They're all circumcised here, so when you sleep with a woman, it's like sleeping with a piece of wood.

They have never slept with tourists." Mike shrugged over his beer.

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