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A Voice of the Egyptian Left

Mark Bruzonsky and Judith Kipper Speak With Mohamed Sid-Ahmed

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 September 2018

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Its basic critical stand toward the trip has not changed. The Left now believes that the small degree of reciprocation by Begin is proof that the party was right.

The Left party believes that the euphoria that began with Sadat's trip is built on issues that are not solid. This state of mind is a bit similar to that during the January riots of 1977. In both cases it is an expression of deep dissatisfaction with the everyday life of the Egyptian people and the economic difficulties they're living with.

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