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Serious Charges Leveled Against Hawass

http://culturalpropertyobserver.blogspot.com/2011/02/serious-charges-leveled

-against-hawass.html

by Peter Tompa

More charges have been leveled against Zahi Hawass. Western archaeologists

have held Hawass up as some sort of role model for their crusade against

collectors, but the fall of the Mubarak regime, another picture from Egypt

has emerged. See

http://bikyamasr.com/wordpress/?p=27371

Are the allegations of cronyism, corruption and sexual harassment true? And,

if they were widely known within the archaeological community before now as

it seems, why have Western archaeologists so idolized Hawass?

E ancora:

Egyptian bust

http://itsallkickingoff.posterous.com/egyptian-bust

"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:

Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"

Nothing beside remains. Round the decay

Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare

The lone and level sands stretch far away.

Please ignore Dr Hawass!

He does not represent us Egyptians.

Tell him that he must leave now.

The man is a clown and a tramp!

Email from Egypt, doing the rounds since Zahi Hawass's government

appointment.

Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem about the colossal statue of Ramesses II, which

now sits in the British Museum, is a warning to kings and tyrants. Empires -

no matter how mighty - fade.

These words apply to Presidents and to Egyptologists, equally. In light of

events in Egypt, Dr Zahi Hawass - Secretary General of The Supreme Council

of Antiquities appointed Minister of Antiquities in President Mubarak's

final administration, and who remains in office in the interim cabinet for

as long as the generals see fit - could do well to heed these timeless

words.

On Monday, Dr Hawass's office was the target for a 150-strong protest by

archaeology students and Council employees chanting "get out" and "where is

the money?" According to an AP report, one protester - 22-year-old Gamal

el-Hanafy, a graduate from Cairo University who carried his school

certificates in a folder - said of Dr Hawass: "He doesn't care about us. He

just cares about propaganda." Demonstrators were back today calling for an

end to "corruption" and "nepotism" in the SCA. More protests are planned for

Friday.

Since taking office, Hawass has been quick to use his international

reputation to assure concerned observers that looting of his Cairo

collection and other museums has been contained by the army. Like many

Ministers retained from last week, he walks a fine line to retain his

credibility.

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luigi78

In primo luogo ci andrei piano su tutta la vicenda e su tutti questi "giovani leoni" .

In secondo........avessero ragione e questo fosse davvero un "di tutto e di più", mi chiedo cosa dovrebbero fare i nostri studenti universitari ai loro "baroni".........

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skubydu

ciao, notizie molto interessanti, grazie per la segnalazione..

Sicuramente chi ricopre quelle posizioni in certi regimi dovrà scendere a dei compromessi...certo le accuse che gli hanno mosso sono pesanti....speriamo non siano generate dalla gran voglia di cambiamento ......(una sorta di caccia ai "nobili"...)...

Di sicuro, a parte pochi, la non stavano bene .....

ciaoo

sku

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