Kafr Saqr

Kafr Saqr (Arabic: كفر صقر, lit. 'Village of the Hawk') is one of the oldest centers and the seat of a markaz, markaz Kafr Saqr of the Sharqia Governorate of Egypt.

Kafr Saqr
Kafr Saqr
Location in Egypt
Coordinates: 30°47′47″N 31°37′34″E
Country Egypt
GovernorateSharqia Governorate
Time zoneUTC+2 (EST)
  Summer (DST)+3

Notable persons

  • Ahmed Subhy Mansour, Islamic scholar, cleric, and founder of the Quranists, who was exiled from Egypt, and lives in the United States as a political refugee.
  • Abdallah Abdel Maguid Ahmed Badawi, a local native and an agricultural engineer. First president of Kafr Sakr City council by appointment by President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
  • Ihab Abdelrahman,[1] an athlete
  • Ghada Abdel Razek, an actress

See also


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