Inside Egypt: The Land of the Pharaohs on the Brink of a Revolution

Inside Egypt: The Land of the Pharaohs on the Brink of a Revolution

by John R. Bradley
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Inside Egypt: The Land of the Pharaohs on the Brink of a Revolution 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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This book is a quick read for non-scholars interested in learning more about contemporary Egypt. A prophetic title, given recent events. Learn about the moderate forms of Islam that thrive in Egypt and the author's views on why Egypt is not Iran.
Guest More than 1 year ago
egypt is my history project and i enjoyed researching about it because there is many interesting facts i never knew about. i am looking forward to buy other books about other countries.
Alpha14 More than 1 year ago
Disgusting portrait of a beautiful country. Conclusion: Egypt has been sold by the traitors to the higher bidder. A book focusing on every negative and disgusting aspect. It felt like the author went through a pile of old garbage bags rotting on a sidewalk, in a low class district, after a few days of tremendous heat. It felt like the author enjoyed reporting the dark side of a country forgetting the 'other' side where millions are struggling to put bread on the table for their families and struggling to give the best education to their children and where hospitality, honesty, warmth sincerity still exist. The author deprives the reader from the most important characteristic of the Egyptian people, 'generosity'. He went on describing the lowest class ever- where opportunism is being fed daily by a bunch of old bags from his own country of birth. He dropped a few names here and there of respectable people to give some credit to his book, but shame on you John R Bradley, I don't respect you.