Dangeroushockey, heading to Egypt for Peaceful Hockey game?


Actual correspondance, Investigating travel now:

Hii ,

Yes every thing is safe now , but there’s still some Demonstrations in the tahrer street only , Sure You and your friends can come and play with us or watch us , there’s ice-hockey matches every week ,

Just inform me when you are in Cairo to tell you when will be the next match and to bring you the equipments ( if you want ).


Please visit Our website for more info. : www.EgyptianEaglesIce-Hockey.webs.com
Youssef Ossama.
 


From: rocque@dadadamedia.com
Subject: Re: Hello from Hockey Fans in USA
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2011 12:51:49 -0500
To: fino_taza_bryal@hotmail.com

Youssef,

I was wondering if it is safe for me and possible to come visit your country and play a game of hockey with you guys.  To symbolize peace and harmony.  I believe hockey is the perfect sport (as are many others) to symbolize this belief.  I would also try to get a couple others to come with me.  What are your thoughts?
Regards,
Rocque Trem
On Feb 5, 2011, at 12:55 PM, Youssef Ossama wrote:
yeah every think is nice , Ice-hockey here in Egypt is rare sport , there’s no union for ice-hockey nor international team here , but we created our ice-hockey team 8 years ago and nw we are professional players , but we steel playing friendly matches every week ,
thanks you for asking
youssef

> From: rocque@dadadamedia.com
> Subject: Hello from Hockey Fans in USA
> Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 20:52:31 -0500
> CC: toffy_2010@hotmail.com
> To: fino_taza_bryal@hotmail.com
>
> First off, I hope I find you and your friends and family safe. I’m writing you from the USA. Obviously, we have very little real comprehension of what is going on in your country, but I was hoping as part of the hockey fraternity, we can try to get a clear understanding.
>
> If you are able, can you offer some insight into what is going on and what it’s like to be in the middle of it? Also, I’m guessing it’s secondary but can you tell me about hockey in Egypt and how, if any, things have changed during the unrest. Perhaps its still able to bring you some sort of normalcy and peace. Please know that we care over here.
>
> Your friends from Dangeroushockey.com

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