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BakKar Episode 1

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The United Nations Organization in Egypt And the Vodafone Egypt Foundation for Community Development In partnership with Television Egypt Present our Egypt for a better tomorrow Bakkar ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ Bakkar ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ From his youth, we know that ♪ ♪ in his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ The history of his land and his country runs through his veins ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ He has many, many friends ♪ ♪ In the morning, the bell rings for them to line up ♪ ♪ He has many, many friends ♪ ♪ In the morning, the bell rings for them to line up ♪ ♪ The music and songs of my country flow through their veins ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ The first and second exercise ♪ ♪ and the question that appears before our eyes: ♪ ♪ Oh my country, when will I grow and be tall enough to reach the palms? ♪ ♪ The first and second exercise ♪ ♪ and the question that appears before our eyes: ♪ ♪ Oh my country, when will I grow and be tall enough to reach the palms? ♪ ♪ and to pick the roses ♪ ♪ and to make alabaster necklaces ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ Bakkar ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ Bakkar ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ From his youth, we know that ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through him ♪ ♪ The history of his land and his country runs through his veins ♪ ♪ In his heart and soul he is Egyptian ♪ ♪ and the Nile River flows through his veins ♪ ♪ Oh my country, when will I grow ♪ ♪ to be tall enough to reach the palms? ♪ ♪ Oh my country, when will I grow ♪ ♪ to be tall enough to reach the palms? ♪ Bakkar: Episode 1 Praise God for your health, Mr. Amer. and May God keep you well. I'm very grateful for your help in getting here. Are you sure that you know how to get to the library? Yes, yes, don't worry. I want to go alone. And after, if you are wondering what happened to me, I'm taking this opportunity to see the country and get to know the people here better. You have a telephone, Mr. Adawi, if you want to talk to me. We are friends. And companions too. Don't forget that in six hours we will be together in one car. Thank you Mr., goodbye! Goodbye, Mr. Amer! Ok, sir. Are you listening? This is the story of my salon that was closed. And this was the seventh salon that was closed because no one likes to have competition. No matter where I open, I always face problems. Are you listening? One time, the Ministry of Health said that my equipment was unsanitary. Another time, the neighbors complained about the loud noise of the cassette that I played in the salon to attract young customers. Once, someone made a complaint about me because I talked too much. I don't talk too much at all. What do you think about that? The thing I hate the most is when people talk too much. Greetings, peace be with you. And peace be with you, Mr. Welcome, welcome. Haircut or shave or hairstyle? No no no no no. I don't want anything. Ah, of course. You want me to use my special tools. I'll get them for you right away. For the full seven days or no? Sir, you have understood entirely wrong. I just want to know how to get to the children's library, if you don't mind. What do you do for work? I am a social observer. You're not here for a shave, then. No no no no. Ok, good. Good enough. I have to know about all the kids in this city. They can grow so much in seven days. Here I am at forty years. But you should come here for a shave after. Why not? Wait. Have you changed the blade, Mr... Mahalawy Sharper than the tip of a pen. But wait here, wait. Why should I change this blade? Yes, I... You what, Mr.? See, the soap and the blade are working fine. Wait, Mr. Why do you need to change the blade? Used blades are one of the things that carry the most illness. And they can transmit HIV and AIDS and the Hepatitis C virus which causes illness similar to Hepatitis A and they are transmitted through blood. So any tool that gets blood on it can transmit illnesses like shaving tools or dentistry tools. Virus C. I... don't see any C on the blade. Do you see anything, sir? This time, this is too much. Of course. This is why Egypt has high rates of disease. They can be transmitted this way. What is this?! What is this, brother?! You could go anywhere in Egypt . What do you want from me? Are you going to Sudan after this or what? Enough. Enough from you. Mahalawy Yes, sir Get a new blade. That one is not sanitary. God bless you Peace be with you Goodbye! Excuse me. Do you know where the children's library is? Take this street to the end. Thank you! Children's Library Hey, hey! What is this beautiful sight? Bakkar is the best at painting. Bakkar's is the best one? And what do you know about painting? Definitely more than you. Oh! Enough, you all. I want to play. What matters is the number of paintings. What do you mean, Hasoona? I mean we should play, play, play. Oh, you soccer fanatic. ًWe need to be balanced. Draw a little. Come on, Bakkar. I finished my drawing and I want to play. What is this, Hasoona? What? What is it? This is Bakkar and this is Hamam. And this? Definitely Fariz. Haha. Very funny. Kids. Are you ready? Someone is coming today and he wants to talk to you about something very important. I introduce to you Mr. Alim, my friend and colleague from the University. And he was happy to come all the way from Cairo to meet you. How are you, kids? Good, praise be to God. By the way, I've gotten very worn out from my journey here. I took a microbus and a car and finally a nice man helped me get to the library. But my trip was nice. I met a lot of people. And I learned things I never knew in my life; more than if I had traveled straight here on an airplane. Mr. Yes? I want to tell you something. We are on vacation, so we don't want you to make us do anything. What is your name? Um....Hassoona Don't worry, Hassoona. I'm not going to give you anything to do. I'm going to talk to you about something. And if you can help me, help me. Oh. You should have said that from the beginning! Of course, of course. Ah. I get it. You need some money...you were lying about the plane. Ha, you are very funny. No, thank you. I have money with me, praise God. I can give you some if you want. Oh, thank you, I'm very grateful. But I don't take that from anyone. I have you all gathered here. And I want to talk to you about something. Last year, I was in the United Nations for the Millennium Project. Leaders of all the nations were gathered in the UN. The program is focused on peace and improving the quality of life for people throughout the world and, in particular, the problem of poverty and how to bring our countries into the modern era. I mean, our goals for ten years from now. And what are these goals? Having peace in this area, improving elementary education, equality between men and women, quality healthcare for children and mothers, and improving women's health drastically. And generally, decreasing preventable illnesses like AIDS, malaria, and Hepatitis C. Also, improving agricultural practices and world trade. Overall, the entire world of the poor should be improved. And all of these things will help Egypt as a country. The important thing is that Egypt be in 2015. That's all I had to say. You mean if Egypt is going to be in 2015 we won't have any poor? Or hard work? Or illness? And there will be equality between girls and boys? I mean, how? No. This is all really hard. No, it's not hard. How can I help you? I am a social observer. I work by visiting different places. I help to report for the Millennium Project's investigation in Egypt. And because of that, I intend to visit all of Said. Really? All of Said? Most of the problems of the people living in Egypt are even bigger problems in Said. There are goals that we achieve quickly and goals that we achieve slowly. But we need to give money to Said. And because of that, I wanted to see the problems for myself. Today, I am visiting your town to get a sense of the people here. For example, a man here may have only girls and he fears for the future. Aren't there people around you who have problems? Being very poor, for example, and not having work her dad doesn't want to send her to school. Something like that? There are schools in our country with children from all over. Maybe every one of them has problems, or knows someone who has a problem. And they are children too, even ones in our school. ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ The sun is a beautiful bride ♪ ♪ She loves to gather the family ♪ ♪ and make many cheering voices ♪ ♪ when she sees the beautiful people ♪ ♪ Your footsteps have been protected by the sky ♪ ♪ If you quicken, we quicken with you ♪ ♪ If you slow down, we wait with you ♪ ♪ and guide you ♪ ♪ keep your youth ♪ ♪ and your artistic skills ♪ ♪ keep your laugh and your kind heart ♪ ♪ the sound of two thousand truths ♪ ♪ keep your youth ♪ ♪ and your artistic skills ♪ ♪ keep your laugh and your kind heart ♪ ♪ the sound of two thousand truths ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪ ♪ Bakkar, Bakkar, Bakkar ♪

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Posted by: awyman1010 on Nov 10, 2016

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