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Informative post specially the research work done by Joel Beinin.His research and writing focuses on workers,peasants and minorities in the modern Middle East.Among his later work is a study of the Jewish communities of modern Egypt which led to his major historical study.From this post i deeply study the fall down of Egypt.

Are you sure that 60% of the populations of Egypt is under 30? It's true that recent crises in Egypt uprising due to lack of any major political personality.

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