في قلب مصر

في قلب مصر ,,28 9 2016 3 4 5 3 This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After 91 pages Since I was in Egypt for eight months but am in no way a specialist in the region or country, I thought this would be a good way to fill in my knowledge which otherwise seems to fragmented to fell like I know anything of significance.I was amused by the jacket photo that shows the right two thirds of Mubarak s face in a way that presumably is supposed to make him look sinister Somehow it reminds meof Nixon than Mubarak Generally when Egyptians portray Mubarak as evil the After 91 pages Since I was in Egypt for eight months but am in no way a specialist in the region or country, I thought this would be a good way to fill in my knowledge which otherwise seems to fragmented to fell like I know anything of significance.I was amused by the jacket photo that shows the right two thirds of Mubarak s face in a way that presumably is supposed to make him look sinister Somehow it reminds meof Nixon than Mubarak Generally when Egyptians portray Mubarak as evil they flatten his face to looklike a toad, they don t elongate it I think Mubarak might be OK with the cover other than the dark colors.The author is determined to use lots of value adding adjectives and adverbs I m kidding they don t add any value A terrible indictment of the print media not simply an indictment, the rotten authoritarian system established by Nasser rather than the the authoritarian system The author comes across asjudgmental than I am I m curious who this fellow thought his readers were going to be He seems to assume some level of familiarity with the Middle East and the Arab world he doesn t explain some Arabic terms that he uses and isn t expansive about some matters that I think the people reading such books would prefer to have explained in enough detail to understand what s going on For example, in various places he talks about the differences between what has happened and is happening in different parts of the country and the contrast between Cairo and much of the rest of the country but he didn t bother to spend a paragraph or two summarizing Egypt s geography and where the people are and who they are A book organized and presented in this way isn t useful for someone who doesn t know that much about this country I have finished this I wanted to learn what I can since there don t appear to be any other 2008 books with a similar scope for Egypt but I would not recommend this one In addition to the problems I describe above, there is a serious problem with balancing the time spent on certain subjects on the book There is a twenty page chapter Sufis and Christians but a thirty page chapter Torture Then there is the thirty two page chapter, Lost Dignity that has twenty two pages about British older women who buy relationships, including marriages, with young Egyptian men in Luxor and another ten pages about Egyptian homosexual prostitutes who have relationships with foreigners.In the last chapter Egypt after Mubarak the author complains a lot about U.S foreign policy I have no problem with that but has no insights whatsoever as what might happen next Most oddly, unless I missed it, he never mentions that as of 2008 Mubarak is 80 years old, so despite the youthful photograph on the dust cover, presumably this question is going to be resolved in the relatively near future 2008.2058 2008.2058 I heard an interview with the author John R Bradley right after the Egyptian uprising revolution began and found his book at the library Bradley s credentials as a middle eastern reporter and writer are pretty exceptional This book is very easy to read and put a lot of meat on the bones of what led up to the current unfolding of social revolution in Egypt The book was researched and written during 2006 2008 and is based on interviews and the author s experiences with people at all levels I heard an interview with the author John R Bradley right after the Egyptian uprising revolution began and found his book at the library Bradley s credentials as a middle eastern reporter and writer are pretty exceptional This book is very easy to read and put a lot of meat on the bones of what led up to the current unfolding of social revolution in Egypt The book was researched and written during 2006 2008 and is based on interviews and the author s experiences with people at all levels of Egyptian society But his description of the economic and social problems could be applied to many developing countries today and anyone who has traveled in Central America or Africa will see the parallels, especially in the chapters on torture, corruption and loss of dignity, particularly when it comes to the tourist industry I would recommend this book to anyone interested in Egypt and getting a much deeper look into the current state, and also why it will be much harder to eliminate the deeply entrenched military rule 2008 30 40 2013 2008 30 40 2013 , 2008 10 1919 52 3 1979 3 2010 , 2008 10 1919 52 3 1979 3 2010 2008 3 2011 24 2011 24 20112008 1952 2525200819521952.http www.turkid.net p 2275 Amazing Books, By John R Bradley This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book , Essay By John R Bradley Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You 2008 ,,, 2008 ,,, , 25,,

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  • في قلب مصر
  • John R. Bradley
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  • 05 June 2018
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