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As part of the Egyptian nationalist movement, a variety of secret societies targeted not only British officials, but also Egyptian politicians who were deemed to be in the pockets of their British overlords and failed to advance the nationalist calls of "Egypt for the Egyptians.
24) For more on women's dual struggle see the Egyptian historian 'Abd al-'Aziz Ramadan's account of the Egyptian nationalist movement.
He participated in Egyptian nationalist protests and agitation, and in 1923 entered Dar al-Uloom College, graduating in 1927.
of California at Davis) provides an account of the engagement of the Egyptian nationalist intellegentsia with European social thought in the late-19th and 20th century.
However, the seizure of the Suez Canal by the Egyptian nationalist leader, Gamal Abdel Nasser, in 1956 which historically became a turning point for the anti-colonialist movement in Africa, and the subsequent frustrated Suez War, provided us with the first opportunity to realise how the question of Israel directly impacted on African issues.
Abdel Rahman `Azzam, the Arab League's first secretary-general, and an Egyptian, has related how, when once he tried to discuss the subject of Arab unity with Sa'ad Zaghlul, this prominent Egyptian nationalist leader interrupted him: "If you add a zero to a zero, and then to another zero, what will you get?
Hathaway will undoubtedly find out, as have this reviewer and writers such as Professor Khaled Fahmy, that much of the opposition to her revisionist theses will come from Egyptian nationalist historians, who have been so far reluctant to follow the growing trend in the literature to relegitimate and rehabilitate the Ottoman heritage of their country.
Nationalist and anti-imperialist sentiment reached new activist heights in 1919, in popular resistance to the British refusal to meet with an Egyptian nationalist delegation (the Wafd, which developed thereafter into a political party).
In the Egyptian nationalist movement of the pre-1952 period, led by the Wafd party and informed by the writings of Ahmad Lutfi Sayyid, Taha Husayn and others, secularism also was a key ingredient.
Cairo: Egypt's Jewish community has named Magda Haroun, a daughter of a prominent Egyptian nationalist and anti-Zionist, as their new head, following the death of previous leader Carmen Weinstein last week.
After chapter 1, which focuses on the first plane of British colonial discourse on both gender and masculinity, he addresses the second plane in chapters 2 and 3, where he deals with the Egyptian nationalist rhetoric on masculinity.
For example, many in the Arab World remember the promises of Great Britain to the leaders of the Great Arab Revolt of 1916 which were immediately betrayed, or the disappointment felt by the Egyptian nationalist leader, Sa'd Zaghloul, and his companions at the Versailles Conference at the end of the First World War.
He is simply adored here -- I don't think there's another leader except Nasser who has so much support here," Maye Kassem, a professor of political science told TheMedia Line, referring to the popular Egyptian nationalist leader who headed Egypt from 1956-1970.
The mosque is named after a prominent Egyptian nationalist who led the resistance against the French occupation of the country in the early 19th century.
In Chapter One, Doran tells of how after World War II a coalition of anti-British, Egyptian nationalist political parties, such as the Muslim Brotherhood and the Wafdists, allied to press the state to achieve total independence from Britain.
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