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Egypt,

Middle-Eastern country that is home to 66.5 million people.
Egyptian splenomegaly - massive enlargement of the spleen caused by Schistosoma mansoni; often found in rural areas of Egypt.
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Egyptian nationalist discourse which provides Egyptian women with more spaces also further binds them in the middle-class household to take up the responsibility of bringing up a new generation.
Stack's assassination allowed British officials in Egypt to seize the opportunity to square the circle of discrediting the Egyptian nationalist movement and their growing demands for full independence vis-a-vis protecting British vital strategic interests in an era of retrenchment.
Veiled female protesters led by Huda Sha'arawi confronted the British, indicating their solidarity with all Egyptian nationalists, and particularly the Wafd party.
He participated in Egyptian nationalist protests and agitation, and in 1923 entered Dar al-Uloom College, graduating in 1927.
13) A month later the United States dealt Egyptian nationalist aspirations a far more devastating blow.
If organicists tended to demand the expulsion of Britain before all else, the correlation between political demands and ideologies was not always perfect; nor was Islam -- in its many definitions -- the sole factor in determining Egyptian nationalist agendas.
Principal wars: Egypto-Ethiopian War (1875-1879); Egyptian Nationalist Revolt (1882).
Although Tignor thus effectively questions some of the conventional conclusions of Egyptian nationalist historiography, he still approaches the subject using the same basic framework of analysis.
Cairo: Egypt's Jewish community has named Magda Haroun, a daughter of a prominent Egyptian nationalist and anti-Zionist, as their new head, following the death of previous leader Carmen Weinstein last week.
After chapter 1, which focuses on the first plane of British colonial discourse on both gender and masculinity, he addresses the second plane in chapters 2 and 3, where he deals with the Egyptian nationalist rhetoric on masculinity.
This provocative, insightful, and highly personal study highlights the inadequacies of both Zionist and Egyptian nationalist historiography for understanding the complex story of the widely scattered community of twentieth-century Egyptian Jews.
For example, many in the Arab World remember the promises of Great Britain to the leaders of the Great Arab Revolt of 1916 which were immediately betrayed, or the disappointment felt by the Egyptian nationalist leader, Sa'd Zaghloul, and his companions at the Versailles Conference at the end of the First World War.

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