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by: Nasser Mashadi 2007-11-26
The mass rioting triggered by the British Army’s attack on the Ismailiyyah Police station [January 25th 1952] , was a clarion call to the small group of Army officers who had formed the Free Officers Movement[1][FOM] ...

by: Nasser Mashadi 2007-11-26
The 1919 revolution even brought children out on to the streets. The small town of Mahmudiyya 90 miles north west of Cairo was no exception. The 13 year old Hassan Al Banna[1] then a face in the crowd, was soon to become a major figure in Egyptian history,..

by: Nasser Mashadi 2007-11-26
Egypt is one of the cradles of human civilisation. It has also become a cradle of Arab resistance to imperialism and oppression. As much as it has been a by word for magnificent construction, it has also been the scene of great oppression...