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Khaled Abdel Nasser dies

The first born son of Egypt's historic nationalist leader has died at 62

Dina Samak , Thursday 15 Sep 2011
Khaled Abdel Nasser passes
Khaled Abdel Nasser
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Khaled Abdel Nasser, the son of Egypt's former president Gamal Abdel Nasser, died Thursday afternoon. The son of the Arab nationalist leader was highly respected by many Egyptians not only for his close relationship to his father, but also for many stands he took against both Sadat and Mubarak's rule, for adopting policies that diverged from his father's pan-Arab orientation.

Khaled Abdel Naser, 62, died after 16 days in a coma in hospital in Cairo

The first born son of Gamal Abdel Naser was accused in 1988 of being part of a secret organisation that opposed violently the 1979 Camp David Accords and the normalisation of the Egyptian-Israeli relations.

Egypt's Revolution, or Thawret Masr, was a leftist group that planned assassinations of three Israeli diplomats in Cairo in addition to a fourth American diplomat. Even though the judiciary was seen as favouring the defendants and keeping the accusations heard to a minimum, Mahmoud Nour Eddin, the main figure in the case, was sentenced to 25 years in jail.

Nasser, who was tried in absentia, acquited along with four others of 10 facing trial. Nasser was believed to be the mastermind of the Nasserite leftist group along with Nour Eddin who died in prison in 1998.  

Khaled Abdel Naser was also a professor in the Faculty of Engineering at Cairo University.

 

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Ali Iraq
28-05-2014 01:03pm
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Like Father Like Son
Arab nation needs a new leader like Nasser or we can say we need Nasser again. God bless him and his family.
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Jamal Nasser Hussein
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Wellcome new 23th July
Good morning Egypt ,, Good morning Um Al Dunia .. Wellcome new 23th July .. Wellcome President Abdul Fattah AlSisi ..Bye bye Morsi
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ALI AWKAL
04-12-2011 03:53am
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Yes nasser was the greatest Arab leader
Nasser of Egypt revived the dead Arab countries , he liberated the whole middle east and Africa.
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Samir saikaly
13-10-2011 11:44am
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NASSER
Aim an Arab living in Israel I think that Nasser made me feel proud of being an Arab. He created Arab nationalism in all of the Arabs in Israel
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Jamal Nasser Hussein
01-10-2011 01:34pm
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To The Heaven Khaled
I visited Cairo 5 times ( September 1975 - April 1977 .. at every visit I must visit the grave of Abu Khaled and Jamal Abdel Nasser mosque .. that is the must . We never forget The leader of the Arabe Nationalist .. We never forget Nasser .. Khaled and Nasser's family . I am very sad today . I pray for Khaled .. To the heaven Khaled .
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tinker bell
20-09-2011 11:30pm
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About khaled nasser
I'm mexican and my last name is nazer too; yes with z, one arab citizen that lives here in my city and is a business man told me that the last name is the same and meaning the same "vistory", and also I fell sad for Khaled Nasser death.I'm sorry for all of you.
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chaaban
19-09-2011 10:53am
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khale abdel nasser
I am very very sad today, I love very well the hole family nasser
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Hefny Mahmoud
18-09-2011 06:35am
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Sorry to hear the bad news
Khaled Abdel Nasser was my class mate at the University of Cairo 1967-1971. He was a down to earth person. He took his school seriously and he never acted as the son of the most popular Arab leader. He was very friendly and well mannered invidual. I am very sad to hear the news of his passing and I am praying for Allah to place him in paradise with his great father.
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Hamdy Ahmed Hassan
17-09-2011 11:35pm
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Khalid abdul Nasser
I pray to God for Khalid and his father to rest their soles in Heaven
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DR FATHI ABU ARJA
16-09-2011 09:16am
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prayers for khalid
in this day i pray for khalid and his father jamal to be rested in HEAVEN as they were great men for arabs
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