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[b]Kemet[/b]

Discussion has been requested with the ruling nation of Rebel Army, regarding the appropriation of the lower half of Cairo, to serve as the spiritual and political home of Kemet and her people. The temple plans for a large palace and place of worship to Anubis had been created earlier this year, and the Nisut, Hekatawy I is set to dedicate the temple when construction begins and is finished, if talks continue with Rebel Army leaders.

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[b]Kemet[/b]

Nisut Hekatawy I has accepted a proposed plan to construct a grand temple and place of worship to the god Anubis, in the planned city of Helipolis (lower Cairo, in modern day Rebel Army). As discussions are being proposed, materials and workers for the new temple are being arranged, as well as the necessary funds for such a plan.

[img]http://fineartamerica.com/images-medium/anubis-temple-corey-ford.jpg[/img]
[i]Artist's rendering of the interior of the Temple of Anubis[/i]

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[b]Kemet[/b]

After a protracted series of discussions with the nation of Rebel Army, Nisut Hekatawy I has confirmed the transfer of the city of Alexandria to Kemet. With this new establishment of a formal nation, the Nisut has blessed the city and it has been renamed from Alexandria, to the City State of Kemet. National borders have been sent to neighboring nations and international cartographers to mark the occasion.

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[b]Kemet[/b]

With news of the recreation of the Teutonic Knights, and the tension rising between the Catholic Church and other christian groups, Kemetic followers around the world have begun to travel in earnest to the City State to seek refuge from persecution abroad. Although no official statement has been sent to the Shemsu, the Nisut has directed the temple guard to facilitate the influx of new citizens and followers. Proper security measures have been undertaken to ensure the safety of the population as well.

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Upon reading the newspaper article on Kemet, Laura could only be puzzled at how the her Order was partly blamed for this so-called exodus to the city state. There were no Kemetic followers at all within the Germanic Union, and since the Order had not even expanded operations outside of East Prussia, this was most puzzling. Probably some bigots blaming upright groups for their own failures.

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[b]Kemet[/b]

His Holiness, the Nisut Hektawy I was sitting at her large, oak desk, reading the latest international news. Though rarely interested in the drama and affairs of other more aggressive nations, she was deeply concerned regarding spiritual matters. Looking specifically at the reports regarding the rise of the Teutonic Knights, as well as the resurgence of a Catholic Church, he was genuinely concerned for the Shemsu abroad.

Already having issued an earlier statement to the world, and with [i]Wehem[/i] releasing a story on the matter, he was content to allow things to continues and to protect the newcomers to Kemet as they arrived. However, sensing that some people may be unaware of the growing numbers of faithful amongst Kemetic Orthodox circles, an addendum was needed. Hastily calling for a scribe, she dictated the following to be released:

[quote][i]A recent article in the Wehem was published, and clarification is duly needed. Although many speculate the relevance and existence of Kemetic Orthodox followers in other lands, there can be no doubt that they exist in African and Arab cultures around the world alike. Though they may not specifically come from the territories affected by the tensions between certain religious groups, they nonetheless clearly feel uncertain or unsafe in these troubled times. Therefore it is only natural that they seek refuge in a place that will provide safety, security and the freedom and stability to worship the Netjeru, or Gods.[/i][/quote]

The addendum was published later that evening.

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MoG[Corp] would like to donate $10,000,000 to assist in the building of this temple, Mogar himself is highly interested in the Ancient Egyptian religion, and would like to support a religion that appears to be bringing back that culture.

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Em Hotep! *henu*

The Nisut, Hekatawy I would be greatly pleased if you would visit Alexandria in person, and would also like to sincerely thank MoGCorp for their generous donation towards the construction of the Temple of Anubis. Offerings for Mogar and MoGCorp will be given high priority and blessing, so that the gods will surely look favorably upon those who look after the Shemsu, or faithful. For his actions, the Nisut of the Kemetic Orthodox faith, would like to appoint Mogar as [i]Remetj[/i], or friend to the Shemsu, or faithful.

We look forward to his visit, in earnest.


[size="1"]Edited for Grammar[/size]

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