Ziyad, George
October 2000
Middle East;Oct2000, Issue 305, p17
Speculates on who will be the successor of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Account of the attempts of the armed Islamist movement to kill Mubarak; Appointment of Mubarak's son as the general secretariat of the National Democratic Party; Reaction of the media on Bashar Assad's elevation to the presidency.


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