The Fall of the Last Pharaoh

Kamal, Omar
April 2011
New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs;Spring2011, p3
Academic Journal
The article explores the fall of President Hosni Mubarak and his regime, who is described as the Pharaoh of Egypt. It mentions that his resignation on February 1, 2011 is attributed to uprising organized by Egyptian youth. It notes that the mistakes of his regime which stem from monopoly over political and economic life lead to his fall. It also emphasizes that his resignation stirs questions regarding the role of the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamist movements in the future of the country.


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