Gamal Abdul Nasser

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Gamal Abdel Naseer

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Advanced Writing Islam Hamdy 113075

BUE The British University in Egypt

28-10-2012

Gamal Abdel Nasser Hussain was the second president of Egypt from 1956 until he died. “Gamal Abdel Nasser was born in 1918 and died in 1970”. “Nasser was born in Bakos, Alexandria he had six brothers and one sister” .At an early age Nasser was involved in politics. Gamal was one of the people who led the Egyptian Revolution of 1952 with the first president Mohammed Naguib. Gamal is seen as one of the most important political figure in the 20th century. Nasser played an important role in the Egyptian politics during the period he was the president in
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Gamal Abdul Nasser went to Alexandria to say his famous speech and it was a surprise to announce that the Suez Canal will be an Egyptian company. At this moment he said. “On behalf of the nation ... On behalf of the nation … rule (1): Nationalize the global Suez Canal Company as an SAE company and all its money will be returned back to Egypt “Nasser1956. This was a very brave decision and no one expected it as it was seen as fighting two of the most powerful countries in this century. Gamal Abdul Nasser said that he will pay all the money that England and France will lose as a result of his decision but, this didn’t convince England or France and it was taken as it’s steeling something belongs to them so they started to arrange for the war and Israel joined them and they decided to hit Egypt. Egypt lost a lot of money and a lot of its army and it was seen that Egypt wasn’t ready for this war and Sinai was taken by Israel and at this moment Nasser decided to retire and to be one of the citizens and participate with them as one of them not as a president but, this decision was unacceptable and the people asked him to stay in his position. Nasser started to build his army again to get back what was taken from EGYPT at this moment he said “What was taken by force, can only be restored by force.

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