Pan-Arabism


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Pan-Arabism

(ˈærəˌbɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the principle of, support for, or the movement towards Arab political union or cooperation
ˈPan-ˈArab adj, n
ˈPan-ˈArabic adj

Pan-Arabism

the doctrine or advocacy of alliance or cooperation among all Arab states. — Pan-Arabist, n., adj.
See also: Politics
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Pan-Arabism

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We welcome you in your country, the cradle of Pan-Arabism, the country of the Arabs, which is called the Arab Peninsula and I would like to tell you that Syria is dear to us and our relation with Syria is historical and the Syrian brethren is steadfast.
We are proud to serve the Two Holy Mosques, the King reiterated, provide security and amenities for the pilgrims, Umrah observers and visitors, as the deeds prove, adding that suffice that the King in this country is called the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, this is an honor we are proud of as an address of our country, which is the launching pad of Islam that revealed in Arabic to An Arab prophet on an Arab soil and the cradle of Pan-Arabism.
TheEgyptian president at the time, Gamal Abdel Nasser, a secular autocrat anda champion of pan-Arabism, chose to intervene in Yemenin support of arepublican coup led by military officers seeking to oust the country's monarchy in 1962.
And across the Middle East, the ideas that have failed are concepts like Pan-Arabism, socialism and nascent attempts at democracy, economic liberalism and secularism.
Why has the promising ideology of Pan-Arabism lost its entire relevance ; and why does the wishful goal of creating a Pan-Arab country make my friend laugh ?
The big question is aACAywho told Kuwaitis they were the custodians of pan-Arabism and Islam?
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Historically oriented chapters discuss the King-Crane Commission and US policy towards the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, US policy towards Iran during the Mussadiq era, the United States and the Baghdad Pact (which formed a Middle East version of NATO), the 1957 American-Syrian crisis, US approaches to Nasser and pan-Arabism, and Cold War politics in the Middle East.
Indeed, this regime is built on nothing else as much as it is built on denying and destroying the national project, as it wavers among the pan-Arabism of beautiful fantasies in the times of pompous discourses and lulls, and regionalism and sectarianism in serious times.
Despite the difficulties of pan-Arabism, one factor that brings everyone together is the language and the culture that goes with it is very important", he explained.

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