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Nasser's policies, as well, caused to divide the Arab world into two camps: Pan-Arabism and pan-Islamism.Since then, the "Islamist" figures who were suppressed during this tenure have gained widespread sympathy from different parts of the Gulf, Saudi Arabia in particular.Six lean years have passed since the military coup staged against the first democratically elected president in Egypt, the late Mohammed Morsi.Morsi, who died in a court appearance last month, was seen as a source of hope for millions of Arab youth whose fathers and grandfathers were languishing for decades under tyranny and despotism.Since, it is true that the flame of the Arab Spring was rekindled in Tunisia, and later expanded and enlarged during the Egyptian uprising before being extended to another five Arab countries thanks to the great influence Egypt had.Likewise, the 2013 military coup, which undermined the newly born democratic experience, had very bad effects on the recent democratic experiences in Tunisia and Libya, and badly contributed to failures of the Yemeni and Syrian uprisings.Following the coup or self-proclaimed revolution Nasser led in Egypt, at least four or five coup attempts took place in the Arab world.The ones in Libya, Sudan, Syria and Yemen succeeded, and the bid in Jordan was foiled at the last moment.
Being distinguished in the historical, political, religious and cultural areas, Egypt was the most influential country during the Arab Spring.
Democracy, the goal Arab masses have been thirsting and eager for.
It was meant to kill the first democratic experience in Egypt as the counter-revolution coalition knew very well that any setback in Egypt would gravely affect the entire Arab world, even the whole Middle East.
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Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?The endless political activism witnessed during the year-long democracy in Cairo saw that any progress in the Egyptian political arena will definitely lead to political progress in the entire region; likewise, any political or cultural setback will badly affect many Arab countries, as seen with the infamous 2013 military coup.