The family of Jesus fled to Egypt shortly after his birth.
Egypt had a wilderness, most know it as the Sinai.
The woman fled to the wilderness in the Book of the Revelation Chapter 12.
The woman is Mary. As Jesus calls her woman elsewhere in the Gospels....
Russian icon of the Flight into Egypt; the bottom section shows the idols of Egypt miraculously falling down before Jesus and being smashed (17th century).
Matthew's account is the only biblical reference to this flight, although there are many traditions about it reported in the New Testament apocrypha. These later works have a number of miraculous stories occurring on the voyage, with, for example, palm trees bowing before the infant Jesus, the beasts of the desert paying him homage, and an encounter with the two thieves that would later be crucified alongside Jesus.
In these later tales the family is joined by Salome as Jesus' nurse. Matthew gives little detail about Jesus' family's time in Egypt, but there are a number of apocryphal tales filling in this period. These stories of the time in Egypt have been especially important to the Coptic Church, which is based in Egypt.
Throughout Egypt there are a number of churches and shrines that claim to mark an area where the family stayed. The most important of these is the church of Abu Serghis that claims to be built on the place the family had its home.
the church of Abu Serghis is in Cairo, Egypt.
which is not in Sinai, stupid.
If they had stayed in Sinai, God would have said so and in language that even a doofus like you Robert could understand.
the "woman" is Israel.