The US Department of State recently posted this on its website:
“Terrorist groups continue plotting attacks in Egypt. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, and have targeted diplomatic facilities, tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, western businesses, restaurants, resorts, and local government facilities. Terrorists have conducted attacks in urban areas, including in Cairo, despite the heavy security presence. Terrorists have targeted religious sites, to include mosques, churches, monasteries, and buses traveling to these locations.”
According to the survey by InterNations, a British expat complained about “the government, poor infrastructure, horrendous traffic, poor condition of roads, poor condition of buildings, and overcrowding” in Egypt.
Another expat, a Ugandan, dislikes how “many of the Egyptian people discriminate and are not friendly. Many men have no respect for black women and are rather abusive.”