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 bridge starts from the intersection of Al-Ghazali Highway with Jamal Abdel Nasser Street at the port of Shuwaikh to Al-Subiya Highway ending at the new Al-Subiya City at northern Al-Joun.
The biggest problem of modern communication is piracy and fake news." After Al-Zaim's speech, Information Minister, Jamal Jarrah, delivered the following word: "Lebanese media was the epitome of sophistication, responsibility, innovation, credibility, and impressive political analysis that even late Egyptian President, Jamal Abdel Nasser, began his day reading the Lebanese press.
The rebuilt Jamal Abdel Nasser Secondary School for Boys in Gaza City.
Quoting Jamal Abdel Nasser whom he worked with, he added, "Arab unity would be a more viable project when individual countries have achieved genuine national freedom and economic and social development, and, before that, national unity."
In the Middle East the Group can rely on a number of important projects either completed or currently ongoing, including the 400 kV power transmission system for TRANSCO connecting the Bahia and Saadiyat Grid Stations in Abu Dhabi, the Phase XI underground cable system in Qatar and the MEW 06 Jaber Al Ahmed City and Jamal Abdel Nasser Street projects in Kuwait awarded early this year.
Zilka Bank was merged with another bank in the 1960s when then-Egyptian President Jamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the Nile state's banks, thereby created the current Banque Misr.
At one time the CIA was hand-in-glove with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to wean the population away from Jamal Abdel Nasser's nationalism.
The Egyptian revolution led by Jamal Abdel Nasser and other military officers in 1952, which eventually overthrew Egypt's monarchy, triggered a wave of similar revolutions in the Arab world, including Yemen.
On 29th March 2014, members of the security in civilian clothes attacked Watan TV crew (correspondent Ahmad Melhem, "29year old", and cameraman Ahmed Zaki "24 years old") after they covered the sermon for Altahrir Party at Jamal Abdel Nasser mosque in the city of Al-bereh- Ramallah.