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  • n. Plural form of Nasserist.


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  • Members of Muslim Brotherhood, Nasserists and Marxists were all present; you could recognize them from their physical appearance and the way they spoke or dressed.

    Michael Winship: For the U.S. in Egypt, Blowback Is a Bitch

  • I swear by Almighty God that I cried with joy to see Egypt reborn in Tahrir Square in the middle of the Tuesday night Members of [Muslim] Brotherhood, Nasserists, and Marxists [...] were all present but they were a few--the majority were ordinary citizens...thousands of people mingled together in a variety of slogans, and singing in groups.

    Meedan: Egypt's Genie Can't Be Put Back in the Bottle

  • These include the New Wafd, Al-Ghad ("Tomorrow"), the National Progressive Unionists, the Nasserists, the Liberals (Ahrar), and more than a dozen others, virtually all liberal or left-wing.

    Stephen Zunes: Why Egypt Will Not Turn Into Another Iran

  • The patriotism of the Budapest reform-Communists, and the nationalism of the Nasserists, threatened to remove both countries completely from the larger orbits that had held them in place.

    Imperial Follies

  • They are mostly nationalist pan-Arabists Nasserists, who collect money to buy some weapons.

    Sunday, July 31, 2005

  • And then there are those who were formed under the leadership of former prime minister Salim Huss today (he is Sunni) under the banner of The Third Force (independent from the opposition and the government alike), and who are a loose coalition of independents, Arab nationalists, leftists, communists, socialists, Nasserists, etc.

    Monday, February 28, 2005

  • Formation of a broader government headed by Dr. Mohammad El-Baradei to include all the factions participating in this revolution: January 25 Movement; Muslim Brotherhood; Kifaya; Al-Ghad Party; National Front Party; Nasserists; and other participants.

    The Full Feed from

  • "The national coalition doesn't need Tagamma or the Nasserists," says Joshua Stacher, an Egypt expert at Kent State

    IMRA Middle East News Updates

  • The Nasserists, which are an integral part of the coalition, did not bother to send a single representative.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • Al-Ahram Weekly that, "the Nasserists are well aware of the Wafd's document on election guarantees but the party took a decision that it will participate in the People's Assembly elections whether the guarantees were accepted by the regime or not."

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online


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