Zaghlul


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Zaghlul

(ˈzɑːɡluːl)
n
(Biography) Saad (sɑːd). 1857–1927, Egyptian nationalist politician; prime minister (1924)
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1919 Britain deports Egyptian independence leader Sa'ad Zaghlul to Malta.
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
The detainee was identified as Ahmad Zaghlul, who works as the assistant director-general of al-Quds Bank branch in the Tulkarem town of Attil.
Basyuni Zaghlul (Beirut: 1990) in nine volumes, with chapters on every major praiseworthy 'character-trait' collectively constituting the components of faith.
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.
The British faced a conundrum: how would they implement economies in the face of an intensive Egyptian nationalist propaganda campaign which Saad Zaghlul, leader of the popularly elected nationalist Ward government, had failed to discourage, while at the same time protecting their vital strategic interests in an increasingly volatile region which stood on the Middle East-African nexus of British policy making?
Entre los diversos proyectos de difusion de aspectos culturales libaneses, cabe mencionar el programa de danza, integrado por un pequeno grupo, que creo Antonio Zaghlul a principios de la decada de 1980, con el objeto de mantener y difundir las danzas tradicionales del Libano, aunque esta iniciativa no parece que haya tenido aun el impacto esperado.
Chief Judge Zaghlul Al Balshi, Secretary-General of the SJCE, said 25,495,237 voters staying in the remaining 17 provinces (see box) shall participate in the second phase of the referendum slated to run on December 22.