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EXPERIENCE has taught us that there is a thin line separating the truth from falsehood. Sometimes, people’s suspicions render them to lean on falsehood wrapped in a slogan of truth, and they end up paying a huge price.
The world is currently suffering from a great ordeal caused by the huge inflation resulting from the Russian-Ukrainian war, which has cast a dark shadow on the world, and caused an energy crisis and a shortage of global stocks of grain and food.
There is no doubt that these events led to negative consequences for the entire world. In all major wars, there are economic prices to be paid, and countries that have a keen administration work on not falling into the trap of such crises in order to maintain the stability of their nations.
Those who lived through critical periods, especially World War II, are well aware of how saboteurs and shady entrepreneurs exploited the circumstances at that time in order to achieve their goals.
In Egypt, the period between the end of the World War and the coup of Jamal Abdulnasser constituted a fertile ground for disrupting the monarchy, undermining the state, and aborting its development projects under the pretext of not defending Palestine.
In fact, the Free Officers Movement was motivated by the personal ambitions of its motivators, while at the same time preventing the emergence of any social and economic force capable of creating the conditions for a solution to one of the largest international crises arising after the World War, namely the Palestinian issue.
Those who follow the events at that stage are well aware of the fact that the reason behind Israel’s strength was not only the Western support, but also the political and economic instability caused by the Nasserite revolution, as it led to the abortion of any serious Arab movement.
This is due to the fact that Abdulnasser played on the chord of zeal and Arab popular aspirations. He was the one who caused the tripartite aggression against Egypt, the defeat of 1967, and the impoverishment of industry and agriculture in that country under the pretext of harnessing the capabilities of the war effort, but was ending up in the pockets of the power centers of the regime, including the rickety agrarian reform.
Since that time, Egypt has not been able to overcome its crisis, despite the qualitative leap brought about by the late President Anwar Sadat through the war of crossing and retaking of Sinai, and the establishment of peace with Israel in order to open the doors of his country to the world.
However, the collapse of the state due to Nasser’s practices required decades to restore stability in the country, which is what the late President Hosni Mubarak tried.
One of the most terrible things that Egypt was subjected to after Nasser’s coup was the conspiracy of the Arab Spring, which was led by the administration of President Barack Obama and the intensive assistance of Israel, and paved the way for the Muslim Brotherhood Group to rule Egypt.
In the past ten years, Arabs lived through the worst stage in their history when the largest of their countries was subjected to systematic destruction in the hands of that group. During one year of its rule, all the components of the state were subordinated to the interests of the members of the group’s Guidance Office.
However, what Egypt witnessed in the past eight years of President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi’s reign represented a new birth, something that no sane person can deny. The development projects that have been achieved confirm the correctness of the popular choices during the June 30 uprising.
Proceeding from this fact, it must be realized that the global crisis will undoubtedly have repercussions on Egypt, as is the case with other countries.
However, this does not mean it should cast itself into destruction willingly through suspicious calls to demonstrate on November 11, as it is a call to get involved in a major conspiracy aimed at Egypt as an entity, thereby .
Therefore, confronting it will be by working on sparing the country any adventurous steps through which the terrorists seek to turn back the clock.
Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran, “And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient.”
There is no doubt that there are millions of patient people among the Egyptians who have worked over the past years alongside their president el-Sisi, who will face the bats of “Brotherhood” sabotage and others.
Egypt is the cornerstone of Arab national security. Just as its people defeated the previous conspiracy with the support of the honorable Arabs, this time they will win with that support as well, and we have a good example in the chaste President el-Sisi.
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times