Liberation Journey: Memoirs of Mohamed Fayek

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AuthorMohamed FayekDate27/07/2023No. of Pages352الطبعةFirstISBN9786144980323 


Weight0,540 kg
Dimensions24 × 17 cm

The Center for Arab Unity Studies published the book Liberation Journey: Memoirs of  Mohamed Fayek by Mohamed Fayek.

The events of this book take us back to the era when Egypt reached the pinnacle of its glories in contemporary history. This book records the events of the Nasserite liberation movement, which gave Egypt a pivotal position on the global level after it imposed its sovereignty and independent decision on its land, and assumed the task of supporting and embracing liberation and independence movements in most African countries and the Arab world, and then its contribution to the establishment of the Non-Aligned Anti-colonial Movement at the level of the Third World as a whole.

Mohamed Fayek recounts his memoirs in this book, not as a witness to the events that Egypt has known over the course of six decades, but rather as a participant in those events, or even a maker of them sometimes, especially in the liberal era during the era of Abdel Nasser, in which Fayek was one of its most prominent symbols and the most active of them in the narrow circle surrounding Abdel Nasser, whether through the official ministerial and political positions he occupied, or through the missions he was assigned to at home and abroad, especially in Africa, which resulted in many victories in the battles for national independence of the brown continent.

Fayek’s memoirs in this book are not limited to events of the Nasserite liberation era, but also include his imprisonment during the era of President Anwar Sadat, during which Fayek spent ten years of his life behind bars as punishment for his liberation role in the previous era. From behind bars, he refused to retreat from his stances and libertarian role through writing, and then completed his libertarian path after his release from prison for more than three decades of his life- during the era of struggle for human rights locally, in the Arab world and globally. He dreamed for a more humane future for his country, adopting Human rights as the way to build a more free, just and equal country, in which a sound democratic system prevails.

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