July 23rd Revolution

The July 23rd Revolution is a turning point in the history of Egypt and the entire Third World during the second half of the 20th century. The Revolution sprang from the Egyptian conscience, reflecting the history, traditions and heritage of the Egyptian people. The Revolution changed the face of life in Egypt dramatically.
The homeland's independence and dignity were restored; the overwhelming majority of the Egyptian people regained their stature and rights; the key mission of the leadership achieved progress and development for the Egyptian citizen in his present and future. The Revolution, remains despite all international changes and events of history, a precious value in itself that belongs to all the Egyptian people. The Revolution derived its principles from the values of the Egyptian people such as social justice, rejection of alliance policy, the Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) led by Egypt, independence of national decision, and building a strong army.
All these values, incarnated the principles of the Revolution and are in fact the values of the Egyptian people borne in the national conscience throughout the prolonged
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