Gamal Abdul Nasser

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BUE The British University in Egypt


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
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People who agreed with this ideology saw that it is Human thought Based on nationalism and unity and it’s not related to the religion as Religion is man's relationship with God, and himself and they saw that everyone in Egypt will be equal and no one will be poor but, in the other hand the people who disagreed with this ideology where The upper class of society who saw that this ideology will make them lose a lot of their wealth because they will have to share it .so they tried to fight this ideology and to fight Gamal Abdul Nasser . In my opinion Nasserism was not that bad as a lot of people see it because it was trying to help a class who were neglected and no one was trying to help them also in this period Egypt became divided to two parts. The first part were the rich people who have everything and the second part were the poor people who even don’t have what to make them eat for one day and the middle class disappeared at this moment but, one of the negative points that Nasserism didn’t have some of the Islamic aspects and it was nearly fighting some of the Islamic aspects.
One of the most important decisions that Gamal Abdul Nasser took it was nationalizing the Suez Canal. The nationalization of the canal took the world by surprise especially England and France who owned the Suez Canal Company. Suez Canal was build between 1859 and 1969. It’s build by hundreds of thousands of Egyptians. Suez Canal is build to link between the Red sea and
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