Ashraf Ezzat is an Egyptian born in Cairo and based in Alexandria. He graduated from the faculty of Medicine at Alexandria University.

Keen not to be entirely consumed by the medical profession, Dr. Ezzat invests a lot of his time in research and writing. History of the ancient Near East and of Ancient Egypt has long been an area of special interest to him.

In his writings, he approaches ancient history not as some tales from the remote times but as a causative factor in our existing life; and to him it's as relevant and vibrant as the current moment.

In his research and writings Dr. Ezzat is always on a quest trying to find out why the ancient wisdom had been obstructed and ancient spirituality diminished whereas the Judeo-Christian teachings and faith took hold and prospered.

Dr. Ezzat has written extensively in Arabic tackling many issues and topics in the field of Egyptology and comparative religion. He is author of Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites.

He writes regularly at many well-known online websites such as Dissident Voice and What Really Happened.

Dr. Ezzat is also an independent filmmaker. His debut film was back in 2011 The Annals of Egypt Revolution and in 2012 he made Tale of Osiris a short animation for children.

In 2013 his short The Pyramids: story of creation was screened at many international film festivals in Europe. And he is working now on his first documentary "Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites".

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Breibart’s war on Muslim Brotherhood: The Egyptian connection

Breibart’s war on Muslim Brotherhood: The Egyptian connection

  By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat VT Bureau Chief Alexandria, Egypt Editor’s note:  VT was confronted by an article in the UK Guardian regarding Steve Bannon and his ties to an Egyptian politician the Guardian assets had quite possibly “crossed the line” in Washington.  Toward that end, I contacted Ashraf Ezzat and set the ferrets, as […]

UNESCO Resolution on Jerusalem: The Hidden Truth

UNESCO Resolution on Jerusalem: The Hidden Truth

The (crazy) idea of bringing world’s Jews to leave their homelands, settle in the occupied (Palestinian) land and ‘inventing a Jewish People’ out of them is the real ‘theatre of the absurd’

The Jewish roots of ‘Takfiri’ culture

The Jewish roots of ‘Takfiri’ culture

The Author revisits Ancient Yemen, the homeland of the Israelites. In the essay, Ashraf Ezzat digs deep into the cultural roots of (religious) extremism and intolerance in both Judaism and Islam.

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