mardi 13 décembre 2011

Egypt: Gamal Abdel Nasser, the magnitude in modesty.

 In March 1969, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser told the New York Times: "I ​​have no personal dream. I have no personal life. I have nothing personal."
On September 28, 1970, when he died of a heart attack in his modest villa on the outskirts of Cairo where he lived since his marriage were born and where his five children, he was only 610 pounds on his bank account.
         This modest postman's son born January 15, 1918 in Alexandria had upset Egypt, the Arab world, Africa and the world since he took power on 23 July 1954.

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