Gamal Abdel Nasser

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Noun1.Gamal Abdel Nasser - Egyptian statesman who nationalized the Suez Canal (1918-1970)
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The leaders of al-Qiyam sent letters to both Boumediene and Gamal Abdul Nasser to condemn the execution of Sayyed Qutb by the Egyptian regime.
It was only after the rise to power of Egypt's president Gamal Abdul Nasser from the mid-1950s that it became popularised in the West and in non-Muslim lands.
Assurances that Egypt will retaliate in case of any aggression on her territory, and that she will not rely on the Security Council were given yesterday by Prime Minister Gamal Abdul Nasser, who warned Israel that the Egyptian Army of 1955 under the command of General Abdul Hakim Amer, Minister of War and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, was totally different from the army which had existed in 1948 during the Palestine fighting.
It would also mean that Egypt would continue on its unmerry way of being a country ruled by military brass since 1952, when a clique of so-called Free Officers Movement, led by Gamal Abdul Nasser, overthrew the monarchy.
A major regional power such as Turkey cannot bear shedding the blood of its citizens, it is a threat to the dignity of the Turkish people and the Turkish army, the columnist said, adding that Erdogan followed the footsteps of former Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser, Saddam Hussein, and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with regards to gaining popularity in the Middle East because of pro-Palestinian positions.
I want to pause here to say that the above was part of one of the most famous speeches delivered by the late President Gamal Abdul Nasser, namely, the speech that he gave on July 26, 1956, in which he announced the nationalization of the Suez Canal.
The author explains that although things later turned sour, 1958 was the time when "Apparent Freedom" was realized, with President Gamal Abdul Nasser and the forces of Arab unity on the ascendancy.
The decision by former Egyptian president Gamal Abdul Nasser, to construct the High Dam at Aswan meant the end of the country known as Nubia.
Apart from a seven-hour Cabinet meeting on Wednesday when the situation was examined at length, all the envoys of the nations represented on the Security Council have seen Prime Minister Gamal Abdul Nasser and discussed the position with him.
Saad hosted in his last show Abdul Hakeem, the son of the Egyptian revolution leader Gamal Abdul Nasser.
This is because today's Egypt does not enjoy the public support of iconic leader Gamal Abdul Nasser, it has been disengaged from the Arab-Israeli conflict for decades, it is unable to confront Iran, and it has a series of challenges at home, he argued.
Hence, for example, Yugoslavia under Tito stood as a pole in the middle (and a mediator) in Europe as did Indonesia under Sukarno in the Islamic world while Gamal Abdul Nasser played a pioneering role in the Arab world by mobilizing nationalist action despite the attempts of his regime to play an influential regional role as the case was when he attempted to control the Syrian decision upon the collapse of the unity or his role in the Yemen war when Egypt was a direct party to the conflict there.