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Bani Ammar

Bani Ammar (Arabic: بني عمار) is a village located near Tahta-Sohag; south-western between Banhau (Arabic: بنهو) and El-Sawamaa Gharb (Arabic: الصوامعه غرب) to the east and Enibis (Arabic: عنيبس) to west. The inhabitants are mainly working in traditional agricultural activities. Many of them have established other residences somewhere else, mainly in Cairo, Alexandria etc. As majorities in Egypt, a great number of the children already joined the national educational system and have graduated in high schools and universities. The Religious Education finds—as expected—its roots in this village. It dates back two centuries and centered around al-Azhar Mosque and university. It is also noticed that certain inhabitants immigrated abroad, mainly to the Gulf Countries, Iraq, Libya, etc.

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... Bani Ammar (Arabic بني عمار) is a village located near Tahta-Sohag south-western between Banhau (Arabic بنهو) and El-Sawamaa Gharb (Arabic ... Bani Ammar's first mention is found in the distinguished book "Description of Egypt" (French Description de l'Égypte (1809)), which is a comprehensive scientific description of ancient and ... Bani Ammar must be there much earlier than the comprehensive expedition to Egypt ...