SproutI'm not sure it would be a national decision...Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:29am18.104.22.168One of the challenges that occurs when religious fanatics end up with political power is that they often put their beliefs ahead of the finanical best interests of the whole.
The ancient tombs being destroyed elsewhere right now have been tourist attractions...
I have found that religious fanatics often don't have great financial sense.
IMO one thing that might stop them economically is that destroying the pyramids would be a large scale operation and would be EXPENSIVE in and of itself.
- I wouldn't bet a penny... Truthteller, Tue Jul 10 3:42pmthat they will really do this. Tourism is a major source of income for Egypt and it would suffer greatly if there were no pyramids to visit.
- I'm not sure it would be a national decision... Sprout, Wed Jul 11 5:29am
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