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Logga in. In , Nasser began a series of major socialist measures and modernization reforms in Egypt. Despite setbacks to his pan-Arabist cause, by Nasser's supporters gained power in several Arab countries, but he became embroiled in the North Yemen Civil War and eventually the much larger Arab Cold War.
He began his second presidential term in March after his political opponents were banned from running. Following Egypt's defeat by Israel in the Six-Day War , Nasser resigned, but he returned to office after popular demonstrations called for his reinstatement.
By , Nasser had appointed himself Prime Minister, launched the War of Attrition to regain lost territory, began a process of depoliticizing the military and issued a set of political liberalization reforms.
After the conclusion of the Arab League summit , Nasser suffered a heart attack and died. His funeral in Cairo drew five million mourners and an outpouring of grief across the Arab world.
Nasser remains an iconic figure in the Arab world, particularly for his strides towards social justice and Arab unity, modernization policies and anti-imperialist efforts.
His presidency also encouraged and coincided with an Egyptian cultural boom and launched large industrial projects, including the Aswan Dam and Helwan city.
Nasser's detractors criticize his authoritarianism , his human rights violations and his dominance of military over civil institutions, establishing a pattern of military and dictatorial rule in Egypt.
Nasser was born on 15 January in Bakos , Alexandria , Egypt. Nasser's family traveled frequently due to his father's work. In , they moved to Asyut and, in , to Khatatba , where Nasser's father ran a post office.
Nasser attended a primary school for the children of railway employees until , when he was sent to live with his paternal uncle in Cairo , and to attend the Nahhasin elementary school.
Nasser exchanged letters with his mother and visited her on holidays. He stopped receiving messages at the end of April Upon returning to Khatatba, he learned that his mother had died after giving birth to his third brother, Shawki, and that his family had kept the news from him.
In , Nasser went to Alexandria to live with his maternal grandfather and attend the city's Attarin elementary school. When his father was transferred to Cairo in , Nasser joined him and attended al-Nahda al-Masria school.
Nasser's involvement in political activity increased throughout his school years, such that he only attended 45 days of classes during his last year of secondary school.
Aburish asserts that Nasser was not distressed by his frequent relocations, which broadened his horizons and showed him Egyptian society's class divisions.
He read the Qur'an , the sayings of Muhammad , the lives of the Sahaba Muhammad's companions ,  and the biographies of nationalist leaders Napoleon , Atatürk , Otto von Bismarck , and Garibaldi and the autobiography of Winston Churchill.
Nasser was greatly influenced by Egyptian nationalism , as espoused by politician Mustafa Kamel , poet Ahmed Shawqi ,  and his anti-colonialist instructor at the Royal Military Academy , Aziz al-Masri , to whom Nasser expressed his gratitude in a newspaper interview.
In , Nasser applied to the Royal Military Academy for army officer training,  but his police record of anti-government protest initially blocked his entry.
Convinced that he needed a wasta , or an influential intermediary to promote his application above the others, Nasser managed to secure a meeting with Under-Secretary of War Ibrahim Khairy Pasha,  the person responsible for the academy's selection board, and requested his help.
At the academy, he met Abdel Hakim Amer and Anwar Sadat , both of whom became important aides during his presidency.
Sadat would later write that because of his "energy, clear-thinking, and balanced judgement", Nasser emerged as the group's natural leader.
In , Nasser was posted to Khartoum , Sudan, which was part of Egypt at the time. Nasser returned to Egypt in September after a brief stay in Sudan, then secured a position as an instructor in the Cairo Royal Military Academy in May Nasser saw the incident as a blatant violation of Egyptian sovereignty and wrote, "I am ashamed that our army has not reacted against this attack",  and wished for "calamity" to overtake the British.
Nasser's first battlefield experience was in Palestine during the Arab—Israeli War. Nasser met with and impressed al-Husayni,  but was ultimately refused entry to the AHC's forces by the Egyptian government for reasons that were unclear.
In May , following the British withdrawal, King Farouk sent the Egyptian army into Israel,  with Nasser serving as a staff officer of the 6th Infantry Battalion.
On 12 July, he was lightly wounded in the fighting. By August, his brigade was surrounded by the Israeli Army. Appeals for help from Jordan 's Arab Legion went unheeded, but the brigade refused to surrender.
Negotiations between Israel and Egypt finally resulted in the ceding of Faluja to Israel. Still stationed after the war in the Faluja enclave, Nasser agreed to an Israeli request to identify 67 killed soldiers of the "religious platoon".
The expedition was led by Rabbi Shlomo Goren and Nasser personally accompanied him, ordering the Egyptian soldiers to stand at attention.
They spoke briefly, and according to Goren, after learning what the square phylacteries found with the soldiers were, Nasser told him that he "now understands their courageous stand".
During an interview on Israeli TV in , Rabbi Goren claimed the two agreed to meet again when the time of peace comes. The Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum hosted a public celebration for the officers' return despite reservations from the royal government, which had been pressured by the British to prevent the reception.
The apparent difference in attitude between the government and the general public increased Nasser's determination to topple the monarchy. After the war, Nasser returned to his role as an instructor at the Royal Military Academy.
From then on, Nasser prevented the Brotherhood's influence over his cadres' activities without severing ties with the organization.
In the parliamentary elections, the Wafd Party of el-Nahhas gained a victory—mostly due to the absence of the Muslim Brotherhood, which boycotted the elections—and was perceived as a threat by the Free Officers as the Wafd had campaigned on demands similar to their own.
Sirri Amer was close to King Farouk, and was nominated for the presidency of the Officer's Club—normally a ceremonial office—with the king's backing.
On 25 January , a confrontation between British forces and police at Ismailia caused 40 Egyptian policemen to die, provoking riots in Cairo the next day which left 76 people dead.
In May, Nasser received word that Farouk knew the names of the Free Officers and intended to arrest them; he immediately entrusted Free Officer Zakaria Mohieddin with the task of planning the government takeover by army units loyal to the association.
The Free Officers' intention was not to install themselves in government, but to re-establish a parliamentary democracy. Nasser did not believe that a low-ranking officer like himself a lieutenant colonel would be accepted by the Egyptian people, and so selected General Naguib to be his "boss" and lead the coup in name.
The revolution they had long sought was launched on 22 July and was declared a success the next day. The Free Officers seized control of all government buildings, radio stations, and police stations, as well as army headquarters in Cairo.
While many of the rebel officers were leading their units, Nasser donned civilian clothing to avoid detection by royalists and moved around Cairo monitoring the situation.
On 18 June , the monarchy was abolished and the Republic of Egypt declared, with Naguib as its first president. Naguib assumed the additional role of prime minister, and Nasser that of deputy prime minister.
Preceding the reform law, in August , communist-led riots broke out at textile factories in Kafr el-Dawwar , leading to a clash with the army that left nine people dead.
While most of the RCC insisted on executing the riot's two ringleaders, Nasser opposed this. Nonetheless, the sentences were carried out.
The Muslim Brotherhood supported the RCC, and after Naguib's assumption of power, demanded four ministerial portfolios in the new cabinet.
Nasser turned down their demands and instead hoped to co-opt the Brotherhood by giving two of its members, who were willing to serve officially as independents, minor ministerial posts.
In January , Nasser overcame opposition from Naguib and banned all political parties,  creating a one-party system under the Liberation Rally, a loosely structured movement whose chief task was to organize pro-RCC rallies and lectures,  with Nasser its secretary-general.
When Naguib began showing signs of independence from Nasser by distancing himself from the RCC's land reform decrees and drawing closer to Egypt's established political forces, namely the Wafd and the Brotherhood,  Nasser resolved to depose him.
On 25 February , Naguib announced his resignation after the RCC held an official meeting without his presence two days prior. On 5 March, Nasser's security coterie arrested thousands of participants in the uprising.
On 26 October , Muslim Brotherhood member Mahmoud Abdel-Latif attempted to assassinate Nasser while he was delivering a speech in Alexandria, broadcast to the Arab world by radio, to celebrate the British military withdrawal.
The gunman was 25 feet 7. Panic broke out in the mass audience, but Nasser maintained his posture and raised his voice to appeal for calm.
My countrymen, my blood spills for you and for Egypt. I will live for your sake and die for the sake of your freedom and honor.
Let them kill me; it does not concern me so long as I have instilled pride, honor, and freedom in you. Gamal Abdel Nasser is of you and from you and he is willing to sacrifice his life for the nation.
The crowd roared in approval and Arab audiences were electrified. The assassination attempt backfired, quickly playing into Nasser's hands. With his rivals neutralized, Nasser became the undisputed leader of Egypt.
Nasser's street following was still too small to sustain his plans for reform and to secure him in office. Others produced plays denigrating his political opponents.
Nasser made secret contacts with Israel in —55, but determined that peace with Israel would be impossible, considering it an "expansionist state that viewed the Arabs with disdain".
Nasser did not feel that the Egyptian Army was ready for a confrontation and did not retaliate militarily. His failure to respond to Israeli military action demonstrated the ineffectiveness of his armed forces and constituted a blow to his growing popularity.
Nasser considered the Baghdad Pact a threat to his efforts to eliminate British military influence in the Middle East, and a mechanism to undermine the Arab League and "perpetuate [Arab] subservience to Zionism and [Western] imperialism".
At the Bandung Conference in Indonesia in late April , Nasser was treated as the leading representative of the Arab countries and was one of the most popular figures at the summit.
Nasser mediated discussions between the pro-Western, pro-Soviet, and neutralist conference factions over the composition of the "Final Communique"  addressing colonialism in Africa and Asia and the fostering of global peace amid the Cold War between the West and the Soviet Union.
At Bandung, Nasser sought a proclamation for the avoidance of international defense alliances, support for the independence of Tunisia , Algeria , and Morocco from French rule , support for the Palestinian right of return , and the implementation of UN resolutions regarding the Arab—Israeli conflict.
He succeeded in lobbying the attendees to pass resolutions on each of these issues, notably securing the strong support of China and India.
Consequently, Nasser's prestige was greatly boosted as was his self-confidence and image. With his domestic position considerably strengthened, Nasser was able to secure primacy over his RCC colleagues and gained relatively unchallenged decision-making authority,  particularly over foreign policy.
In January , the new Constitution of Egypt was drafted, entailing the establishment of a single-party system under the National Union NU ,  a movement Nasser described as the "cadre through which we will realize our revolution".
Nasser's nomination for the post and the new constitution were put to public referendum on 23 June and each was approved by an overwhelming majority.
Nasser had ultimate approval over all the candidates. After the three-year transition period ended with Nasser's official assumption of power, his domestic and independent foreign policies increasingly collided with the regional interests of the UK and France.
The latter condemned his strong support for Algerian independence , and the UK's Eden government was agitated by Nasser's campaign against the Baghdad Pact.
On 19 July , the US and UK abruptly withdrew their offer to finance construction of the Aswan Dam,  citing concerns that Egypt's economy would be overwhelmed by the project.
Nasser was informed of the British—American withdrawal in a news statement while aboard a plane returning to Cairo from Belgrade , and took great offense.
On 26 July , Nasser gave a speech in Alexandria announcing the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company as a means to fund the Aswan Dam project in light of the British—American withdrawal.
The nationalization announcement was greeted very emotionally by the audience and, throughout the Arab world, thousands entered the streets shouting slogans of support.
Byroade stated, "I cannot overemphasize [the] popularity of the Canal Company nationalization within Egypt, even among Nasser's enemies.
France and the UK, the largest shareholders in the Suez Canal Company, saw its nationalization as yet another hostile measure aimed at them by the Egyptian government.
Nasser was aware that the canal's nationalization would instigate an international crisis and believed the prospect of military intervention by the two countries was 80 percent likely.
On 29 October , Israeli forces crossed the Sinai Peninsula , overwhelmed Egyptian army posts, and quickly advanced to their objectives.
Two days later, British and French planes bombarded Egyptian airfields in the canal zone. Despite the commanded withdrawal of Egyptian troops, about 2, Egyptian soldiers were killed during engagement with Israeli forces,  and some 5, Egyptian soldiers were captured by the Israeli Army.
Despite the relative ease in which Sinai was occupied, Nasser's prestige at home and among Arabs was undamaged.
It was at Port Said that Nasser saw a confrontation with the invading forces as being the strategic and psychological focal point of Egypt's defense.
According to Boghdadi's memoirs, Nasser described the Egyptian Army as "shattered" as he saw the wreckage of Egyptian military equipment en route.
The British-French forces managed to largely secure the city by 7 November. After the fighting ended, Amer accused Nasser of provoking an unnecessary war and then blaming the military for the result.
British diplomat Anthony Nutting claimed the crisis "established Nasser finally and completely" as the rayyes president of Egypt.
By , pan-Arabism had become the dominant ideology in the Arab world, and the average Arab citizen considered Nasser his undisputed leader. His followers were numerous and well-funded, but lacked any permanent structure and organization.
They called themselves " Nasserites ", despite Nasser's objection to the label he preferred the term "Arab nationalists". In January , the US adopted the Eisenhower Doctrine and pledged to prevent the spread of communism and its perceived agents in the Middle East.
Relations between Nasser and King Hussein of Jordan deteriorated in April when Hussein implicated Nasser in two coup attempts against him   —although Nasser's involvement was never established   —and dissolved al-Nabulsi's cabinet.
By the end of , Nasser nationalized all remaining British and French assets in Egypt, including the tobacco, cement, pharmaceutical, and phosphate industries.
Despite his popularity with the people of the Arab world, by mid his only regional ally was Syria. As political instability grew in Syria, delegations from the country were sent to Nasser demanding immediate unification with Egypt.
On a surprise visit to Damascus to celebrate the union on 24 February, Nasser was welcomed by crowds in the hundreds of thousands. Täältä löydät Välimeren suurimman uima-altaan, upean vesipuiston, suuria perhehuoneita, Nazarin omat lastenkerhot ja ilmaista jäätelöä koko päivän!
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