The failure of secular Arab Nationalism and the Islamic Alternative

The failure of secular Arab Nationalism and the Islamic Alternative

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The failure of secular Arab Nationalism and the Islamic Alternative What are the origins and meanings of secular Arab nationalism and Nasserism in particular? What is Islamic fundamentalism? What is Islamism? What are their origins, appeals, and goals? The Model of secular arab nationalism: The Egyptian revolution of 1952 o Egypt of Ottoman Empire o British Imperialism in Egypt The Suez Cancal and Western Interests Egyptian Bankruptcy and British-french control Divide up the middle east into spheres of influence British occupation and puppet royal government British protectorate Supervised independence British influence in the region remains strong Have the institutions of a representative democracy but in reality they were almost always dominated by one party or another Military establishments which were crucial in gaining independence from the british continued to insert themselves into post colonial politics overthrowing civilian governments
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