Zayed- Man Who Built A Nation

1344 Words Nov 13th, 2015 6 Pages
As a matter of fact, I have chosen a book titled “Zayed- Man Who Built A Nation”. because I am attracted by its title. The book that includes 734 pages, covered all details about the life of late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. I always influenced by the president of Emirates Arab behavior the founding father of the EAU, and those who have escorted him throughout his long life. The book comprises the challenges that Sheikh Zayed confronted since 1971 until his death in 2004. My interest is to illustrate the exclusive accomplishments of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan a Bedouin who lived in the desert and a leader of his people and for the good of the world. The book of Zayed: Man Who Built a Nation was written by Graeme H. Wilson. (2013).
In the first place, the book mentioned that Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was born in 1912 on the poor isolated and largely ignored Trucial Coast. He was the youngest of the four sons, his father. As a member of the ruling class, his childhood could be considered to be relatively privileged, but it was also one scarred by the difficulties of the era. The tragic death of his father, regional economic collapse and difficult political conditions meant that it was a hard, uncertain life. Sheikh Zayed emerged through this with a reputation as a leader of note. While his brother, Sheikh Shakhbout, was Ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Zayed served as the Wali of Al Ain, a period in which he revived the economy of the area and became famous…
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