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EGYPT: The Two Faces of Nasser

In Moslem sectors of Beirut, portraits of the late Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser are plastered on hundreds of buildings. No fewer than four separate...

World: Nasser's Legacy: Hope and instability

Within the Arab circle, there is a role wandering aimlessly in search of a hero. This role is beckoning to us to move, to take up its lines, to put on its...

World: From Country Boy to Epic Hero

TIME Correspondent Wilton Wynn was living and reporting in the Middle East in 1952 when King Farouk was ousted in a coup brilliantly planned by a young Egyptian...

Middle East: An Offer from Nasser

The diplomatic air was filled last week with talk of a possible Middle East settlement between Egypt and Israel—and the talk was kept aloft by Egypt's Gamal...

Foreign News: NASSER: THE OTHER MAN

For four months Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser, basking in much of the world's indulgence, has played the role of a wronged man. But once Israel's invading armies...

A Letter From The Publisher: Oct. 12, 1970

GAMAL ABDEL NASSER was no stranger to TIME's correspondents, nor were they strangers to him. Indeed, such was the Egyptian leader's charm that few journalists...

Egypt: Shuffle for a Start

In response to recent riots and dem onstrations in Cairo, President Gamal Abdel Nasser promised to reform and improve his government. Last week he began the...

Egypt: Lucky Gamal

Bells rang in the lobbies of Cairo's domed National Assembly one evening, and its 360 members scurried to their seats to hear a special message from President...

THE MIDDLE EAST: Turning Point

The day that Gamal Abdel Nasser persists in calling Victory Day—actually the anniversary of the withdrawal of the unbeaten British and French troops from Suez...

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