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Aladdin  Elaasar
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“This book is stunning in its revelations of Mubarak’s stranglehold on every aspect of life in this glorious, long suffering nation. Connecting one mysterious dot to the next, the author teases the reader from chapter to chapter as he lucidly explains the details of Egypt’s worst kept secrets of all…the ‘secret’ of Mubarak’s power and how he plans to rule from his own royal crypt. “- Professor Tate Miller, Monterey Institute of International Studies.

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-This book is stunning in its revelations of Mubarak-s stranglehold on every aspect of life in this glorious, long suffering nation. Connecting one mysterious dot to the next, the author teases the reader from chapter to chapter as he lucidly explains the details of Egypt-s worst kept secrets of all-the -secret- of Mubarak-s power and how he plans to rule from his own royal crypt. " - Professor Tate Miller, Monterey Institute of International Studies.
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Aladdin  Elaasar
Banned book by award-winning author Aladdin Elaasar is released in the USA. “The Last Pharaoh: Mubarak and the Uncertain Future of Egypt in the Obama Age ” is banned in Egypt and Arab countries after its initial release as an eBook on Amazon. The hard copy is now available through Beacon Press.
“The Last Pharaoh” dissects the political life in Egypt and Arab countries. The book raised the ire of the Mubarak’s government as it exposes the deep corruption, grave human rights abuses, and the author
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Aladdin  Elaasar
Jul 31, 2009 Aladdin Elaasar rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Book Title: The Last Pharaoh: Mubarak and the Uncertain Future of Egypt in the Obama Age
This book covers Egypt's modern history since 1952 with chronology of Ancient Egyptian history to the present day. It focuses on the Mubarak regime and predicts its downfall and what can unfold in the near future and how it can impact American and Western interests in the Middle East. The book is a good primer and textbook for students of social studies, political science and history at school and college le
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