Being a Muslim country, a large portion of the male population in Egypt is named after the prophet Mohamed. To ensure that its working population stays within its own country, the government is extremely restrictive to whom it will grant foreign travel visas to; this inevitably hangs on status allowing only the people with good jobs and the rich to leave as it can be almost certain that they will return. Egypt is still classed as a third-world country as much of its rural communities still live in extreme poverty.
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