Dr Mustafa Waziri، General Secretary of the Higher Council of Antiquities، said that there many tombs haven’t been dug yet in Egypt such as ones of Alexander the Great and Cleopatra along with Korah’s treasures. Dr Waziri made clear during an interview with with Gamal Enayt anchor of “Al Qahera Al Yom” “aired today on Al Yom” Satellite Channel، that he plans to form a scientific commission to spot place of Korah’s treasures in Fayoum Governorate to dig them. He warned of what is called red mercury as misinformation. He stressed that that such a material never exists in nature nor created by ancient chemists. It is worth to mention that Korah incited all the people against Moses، arguing that it was impossible to endure the laws instituted by the latter. He told them the following parable: "A widow، the mother of two young daughters، had a field. When she came to plow it، Moses told her not to plow it with an ox and an ass together (Deut. xxii. 10); when she came to sow it، Moses told her not to sow it with mingled seeds (Lev. xix. 19). At the time of harvest she had to leave unreaped the parts of the field prescribed by the Law، while from the harvested grain she had to give the priest the share due to him. The woman sold the field and with the proceeds bought two sheep. But the first-born of these she was obliged to give to Aaron the priest; and at the time of shearing he required the first of the fleece also (Deut. xviii. 4). The widow said: 'I can not bear this man's demands any longer. It will be better for me to slaughter the sheep and eat them.' But Aaron came for the shoulder، the two cheeks، and the maw (ib. verse 3). The widow then vehemently cried out: 'If thou persistest in thy demand، I declare them devoted to the Lord.' Aaron replied: 'In that case the whole belongs to me' (Num. xviii. 14)، whereupon he took away the meat، leaving the widow and her two daughters wholly unprovided for" (Num. R. xviii. 2-3; Tan.، Ḳoraḥ، 4-6).