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Gamal Mubarak: The Most Influential Politician in Egypt (Paperback)
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Gamal Mubarak: The Most Influential Politician in Egypt (Paperback)

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Paperback 73 Pages / Published: 25/01/2011
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This book, which committed itself to approach scientific research and objectivity, explores the Egyptian policy in a highly stage of delicacy, where the rigorous debate has been for so long at its peak arguing in who will lead Egypt after the end of President Hosni Mubarak's ruling era in the Autumn of 2011. Would it be his son Gamal, or somebody else? Knowingly, Egypt is a country enriched with significant patriotic nationals branded with very high-fidelity. The Book deeply highlights the character of Gamal Mubarak, the youngest son of President Hosni Mubarak. A lot of signals about his personal biography and life story have been casted. What kind of relationship had he to manipulate towards the people of his country as well as the world around him, what his forecasting vision for the future of Egypt by far and the future of peace with Israel particularly would look like, should he destined to be the next president. The book continues to explore the political depth of the man, what his relationship and tactics would be with the diversified conflicts of religious groups and affiliates as a chronic dilemma in his country. Could the image the Western media has been depicting about him help to boost the young man any further? And conclusively, the eventual answer for the most puzzling question; Is Gamal Mubarak really going to rule Egypt or not?! Yet again the book has not undermined all of the opposition fronts and factions in Egypt. A reasonable deal of light has been spread upon each of them; their history, their demands, their agenda and political manifesto in connection with all aspects of political and social life. The political and religious leaders and significant journalists have as well been considered as national unmistakeable or bypassed power with the right of contest to governing the turmoil country. The intention of publishing the book in English is mainly behind the endeavour of offering a close access to the Non-Arabic speakers for learning something about the world of politics in the Orient. It is a goal and sincere wish of the Author to participate in serving his country. It is an honest desire to introduce a fraction of what is occurring at the political level in Egypt, hopefully an excessive effort will follow in the near future. In view of that the hopes will remain pinned on all will be able to achieve meaningful and valuable cocktail of cross-fertilized notions to deepen the development of understanding in human relations between The East and The West.

Publisher: Upfront Publishing
ISBN: 9781844269488
Number of pages: 73
Dimensions: 197 x 132 x 6 mm

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