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Nasser goes on to say that he, along with the other officers, believed that the bigger battle had to be fought in Egypt in order to liberate both Egypt and Palestine from colonialism and Zionism respectively, and that it was in Palestine where he met likeminded officers and soldiers and formed the ideas which manifested in the events of 1952 (p. 12). On the online archive kept by the Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina), there is a section on the publications of Nasser, and one of those is his account (diary) of the war in Palestine in 1948, originally published in the popular Egyptian Akher Sa‘a magazine in March–April 1955, the same year the film Allah Ma‘ana was screened (March 1955).
Discover Egypt (Country Guide) by Jessica Lee, Michael Benanav, Anthony Sattin, Zora O'Neill