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Ministry of Immigration Launches TV Show for Egyptian Expats

The show, presented by Esraa Nawar and Joe Matta, will include messages to Egyptians living abroad, encouraging them to celebrate and preserve their cultural identity.

The Ministry of Immigration is launching a special television programme aimed specifically at Egyptian expats. The new show - ‘Salon Esraa w Joe’ - will come out on US network CSAT and will broadcast on Nilesat. 


The show, presented by Esraa Nawar and Joe Matta, will include messages to Egyptians living abroad, encouraging them to celebrate and preserve their cultural identity, while teaching them to coexist peacefully with the people they currently live with. 


This is not Nawar’s first time collaborating with the ministry; she previously worked with them on the Interfaith Dialogue Program, which included visits to Egypt and featured leaders from the region’s major religions.


Matta’s section of the show will focus on messages directly from the ministry, their news and initiatives, as well as how to participate in them.


The first season will be filmed in California in May, with plans to expand shooting to other states, and then the world.