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The Cellar by Minette Walters

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Mysterious Press
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192
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9780802124517
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Hardcover
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Of course, this story - popular prints. But there's something missing. For example, virtually no mention of the state of Israel, its recognition of the United Nations in 1948. With the goal of destroying Israel, May 15, 1949 in Palestine invaded Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan forces, not just the troops of King Abdullah, who only and mentioned. These troops were repulsed, and the United Nations prescribed cease-fire, but the Arabs rejected this requirement. Then, both sides rejected the plan for the partition of Palestine. Similarly, the text does not say about the failure of Nasser's economic policy in the United Arab Republic, about his unsuccessful attempt to carry out social reforms in Egypt. Silent and also the dissolution of the organization "Muslim Brotherhood" to attempt, responsibility for which fell on them later, on the imprisonment of the Communist Party leaders of Egypt and its Ban, whereas among the principles of the "Free Officers" was the principle of political democracy. Democracy will be established in fact only in 1976, Sadat, and then only partially, as in Egypt allowed only two political parties ( "it's enough"), and because the Communist Party is still banned.



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