As Egypt’s Great Pyramids illuminated with the colors of the Lebanese, Russian and French flags, in a show of solidarity with Beirut, Moscow and Paris. In a ceremony comes a day after several landmark buildings across the world were lit up with the French tricolor flag, including the Empire State Building in New York, the Sydney Opera House, the CN Tower in Toronto, San Francisco’s Blue Hall and Mexico City’s senate building.
According to Egyptian authorities, the lighting up of the Pyramids was meant to show solidarity with all victims of terrorism across the globe. As Egypt is the only country to take the initiative to honor the terror attack victims in Lebanon and show solidarity with Lebanese people. People from Lebanon send “Thank You Egypt” in English and Arabic languages to express gratitude to honer the Lebanese flag projected on The Great Pyramids.
— محمود غزيّل (@ghazayel) November 15, 2015
Thank you.. https://t.co/MTrGoi8Jwy
— omelki (@el_oms) November 16, 2015
Thank you!! Egypt lights the Pyramids in unbiased solidarity with Lebanon, France and Russia https://t.co/vMvBId6Frn
— Massoud Maalouf (@Massoudmaalouf) November 16, 2015
thank you egypt 💜
شكرا يا مصر يا أم الدنيا… https://t.co/xKna6XsjWf
— katia el sayed (@katiaelsayed) November 16, 2015
— Habib (@Habibchoueifaty) November 16, 2015
Thank you Egypt. ❤️❤️❤️🇪🇬🇪🇬🇪🇬. Tahya Masr! Masr Om el Dunya!
— Jimmy Hoffa (@brooklynjnoubi) November 15, 2015
@DailyStarLeb thank you Egypt: more Lebanese than some.
— Karim Makarem (@kingkmakarem) November 15, 2015
شكرا مصر … pic.twitter.com/5bxYMvJwMz
— ميراي (@Meray80) November 16, 2015
لوحة فنية بجد
شكرًا للشعب المصري pic.twitter.com/O5NO3qibEU
— mustafa (@herrms7) November 15, 2015
شكرا مصر يا ام الدنيا https://t.co/jLW18PZPwO
— Imane Ibrahim (@ImaneIbrahim1) November 15, 2015
— fadi tareq el khatib (@faditareqelkhat) November 15, 2015
— Nasser Fakih (@fakihn) November 15, 2015
ما بعرف ليه عم شوف عالم مش عاجبا التصميم تبع اضاءة الهرم يا خيي مش مهم التصميم و الشكل المهم الفكرة .. عالقليلة في بلد تذكرت لبنان. شكرا مصر
— Lamis (@_cerelak_) November 16, 2015
More Thank You Tweets//
On a separate note, An official thank you sent via the French embassy in Cairo posted a tweet thanking Egypt in Arabic and French. While the Russian Embassy in Egypt published a previous tweet to thank the Egyptian people for standing all together with Russia after the Russian airliner crash over Sinai.
— France en Égypte (@FranceenEgypte) November 15, 2015
نشكر الشعب المصري لتأسياتكم ودعمكم @MfaEgypt
— RussianEmbassy EGYPT 🇷🇺 (@Rusembegypt) October 31, 2015