Zaghlul


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Zaghlul

(ˈzɑːɡluːl)
n
(Biography) Saad (sɑːd). 1857–1927, Egyptian nationalist politician; prime minister (1924)
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Al-Hayat al-Jadida said Muhammad Zaghlul Rimawi, 24, was brutally assaulted by some 40 Israeli soldiers in his home in Beit Rima, a village to the northwest of Ramallah, and was later pronounced dead.
Zaghlul (Beirut: Mu'Assasat al-Kutub al-Thaqafiyya, 1993), 9; cf.
On 11 November 1919, Saad Zaghlul, the most prominent Egyptian nationalist figure at the moment, requested that the High Commissioner, Reginald Wingate, end the British protectorate in Egypt and the Sudan.
1919 Britain deports Egyptian independence leader Sa'ad Zaghlul to Malta.
Sallam, Muhammad Zaghlul. Al-Adab fi l-'asr al-ayyubi.
La traduccion al arabe es publicada en Cairo por Ahmad Fathi Zaghlul solo dos anos despues de la primera edicion del original.
Sha'rawi even recounts an episode in which she berates Sa'd Zaghlul for taking too weak a stance on the issue, and repeatedly refers to Sudan as an inseparable part of Egypt.
British colonial authorities of Sad Zaghlul, the leader of the Egyptian
Where: Egyptian Center for Culture and Arts -- Makan 1 Sad Zaghlul St.
Edited by Muhammad Khalaf-Allah Ahmad and Muhammad Zaghlul Sallam.
On 25 May 2005, the day of the referendum, demonstrations organized by Kefaya in front of the Press Syndicate headquarters and Saad Zaghlul Shrine in Cairo were attacked by Mubarak supporters, plain-clothes policemen and thugs, whilst riot police looked on.