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History of Egypt

x Egypt conditions under the Fatimid Caliphate

When El-Muizz came to Egypt, he made it the capital of the Caliphate. Then, he extended his authority to Syria, Hijaz and Yemen on the Read More
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x The Ayyubid Dynasty (1171-1250)  

The Fatimid Dynasty became very weak for many reasons: the weakness of the Caliphs; the conflicts between the viziers on the throne; the strong famine Read More
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x The Crusaders

Being the first European invasion on the Arab territories under Islam, the Crusades represent one of the essential stages in the Arab and Islamic history. Read More
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x Saladin (1169-1193)  

Although the reign of Saladin was short, it is considered a great period in the Muslim history in Egypt. Born in 1137-1138, Saladin was the Read More
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x The Ayyubids After Saladin 

Before his death, Saladin divided his kingdom among his sons and brothers. The kingdom was divided into smaller kingdoms at Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hamat, and Read More
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x Conditions of Egypt under the Ayyubids

    – Administration under the Ayyubid Rule   Saladin was the sole ruler and he was helped by viziers, his brothers, sons and his Read More
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x The Mamelukes (1250-1517)

Immediately before the decline of the Ayyubid State, the Mamelukes controlled most of the important posts in Egypt. After the murdering of Turanshah (the last Read More
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x The Ottoman History of Egypt

The Mamluk Reign ended with the Ottoman conquest of Egypt under Sultan Selim I who defeated the Mamluk forces at ar-Raydaniyah. From that time, Egypt Read More
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x Modern History of Egypt

Contents :  – The French Occupation of Egypt (1799-1802) – Mohammed Ali Dynasty– The English Occupation of Egypt– The National Movements in Egypt – Egypt Read More
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x The French Occupation of Egypt (1799-1802)

The armies of Napoleon Bonaparte defeated the Mameluke army at Imbabah and Shubra Khit; took Alexandria; and occupied Cairo. In fact, Napoleon wanted to strike Read More
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x Mohammed Ali Dynasty

Although the Ottoman army remained in the country after the French left Egypt, it was weak and had large internal conflicts. A lieutenant of a Read More
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x The English Occupation of Egypt

In 1881, the Egyptian army officers demonstrated their strength and their ability to intimidate the Khedive. The army society included Colonel Ahmad Urabi, who would Read More
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x The National Movements in Egypt

  In September 1918, Egypt made the first moves towards the formation of a wafd, or delegation. This delegation attended the Paris Peace Conference in Read More
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x Egypt during the World War (1914-1945)

During World War I (1914-1918), Britain was exploiting the Egyptian resources and left it by the end of the war suffering the adverse effects of Read More
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x Egypt Independence (1952)

The year 1948 witnessed the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel by David Ben-Gurion in Tel Aviv on the Palestinian Land. Many Read More
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x President Saddat 

Saddat had been an active member in the Free Officers Movement before 1952 and became the Vice President during the rule of Abd al-Nasser. He Read More
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x History of Egypt

Geographical Position of Egypt Egypt is located in the Northeastern corner of Africa. It is connected to Asia via Sinai Peninsula and separated from Europe Read More
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x The Predynastic Period of Egypt

  The Predynastic Period extends over a very long span of time marking the first evidence of human civilization beginning to appear in Egypt. That Read More
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x Some Characteristics of the Thinite Period

In conclusion, the Thinite era was very similar to Third Dynasty, and most of the major institutions were in place before Djoser Reign. The king Read More
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x The Second Dynasty

We have not details of the Second Dynasty kings. The first three of them are only considered as three names in the King-Lists. These 3 Read More
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