Irmgard Schrand

Jews in Egypt

Communists and Citizens
Reihe: Studien zur Zeitgeschichte des Nahen Ostens und Nordafrikas
Jews in Egypt
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  • 978-3-8258-7516-4
  • 10
  • 2004
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The discourse about Jewish Communists in Egypt shows that the perception of minorities is linked... mehr
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The discourse about Jewish Communists in Egypt shows that the perception of minorities is linked to the majority's perception of its own condition. Jewish Communists became politically active in a period when Egyptian society as a whole was in a process of change. Where that change would lead was open. Different political and social forces were engaged in a power struggle. Young Jews turned to communism because it seemed to be the best basis for social justice and equality.
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