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Indiana Jones vibes intensify.
Ever since Egypt announced that it would be transferring 22 mummies to a new museum, a number of strange incidents have started to occur, which some social media users are blaming on the curse of the pharaohs. However, renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass claims that there's no connection between the curse and the recent travesties.
As if the stranding of the Ever Given cargo ship in the Suez Canal wasn’t trouble enough, Egypt has recently had: two trains colliding in Sohag, a falling building in Cairo, a fire in the Zagazig station tunnel, the collapse of the scaffolding on a concrete column from a bridge under construction in Mariotya, a fire inside a house in Samalut in Minya and a fire in the Maadi Tower. It certainly seems like Egypt has had a streak of bad luck, and to some – especially superstitious netizens – bad luck is just another word for 'curse'.
According to former Antiquities Minister Hawass, there is no such thing as the 'curse of the pharaohs'. He also believes that the transfer of the mummies is instead a blessing, being Egypt's 'biggest promotion' – since during the 40-minute parade, all eyes will be on Cairo.
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