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Book Alert: Nasser Documents - The personal diaries of the late president

The event will be held at Diwan Bookstore in Zamalek on Thursday, 27 September, at 7:00pm

Ahram Online , Sunday 23 Sep 2018
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Diwan Bookstore in Zamalek will host a signing of the newly released book 'Nasser Documents: The Personal Diaries of Gamal Abdel-Nasser,' on Thursday, 27 Sepember, at 7:00pm.

The signing and book discussion will include Gamal Khaled Abdel-Nasser, editor of the book, and Hussa Eissa, former minister of higher education and professor of the international law at Ain Shams University.

Gamal Khaled Abdel-Nasser is the grandson of late Egyptian President Gamal Abdel-Nasser, son of Khalid, Nasser's eldest son.

The book was released by Falouga Publishing House.

The diaries include Nasser's note from the 1948 Palestine War, his book 'Philsophy of the Revolution,' among other documents.

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