Why did the Egyptian army fail to fight against terrorism? Economic achievements failed to benefit the masses.

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 Why did the Egyptian army fail to fight against terrorism? Economic achievements failed to benefit the masses.


In April 23rd, the website of the French Institute of international relations and strategies, the website of the reference news network, published the article entitled Egypt of cesse in March 29th. The article is summarized as follows: The fate of Egypt is inextricably linked to the fate of the Arabia world. From the Arabia cultural revival movement in the late nineteenth Century to the tide of the peoples uprising in 2011, and the pan Arabia doctrine in the middle of twentieth Century, Egypt made a great contribution to the shaping of the political and cultural features of the modern Arabia world. Today, the situation in the country illustrates the failure of the Arabia spring and the Democratic challenges and security challenges faced by the new regimes. The article claims that in the January 2011 political turmoil in Egypt, the regime was taken by the Muslim Brotherhood (in any case, the organization won in 2012 parliamentary elections and presidential elections). In July 2013, the Muslim Brotherhood was ousted by a military coup. If the 2011 revolution once aroused the hope of freedom of the Egyptian people, seven years later, Cecil now ruled the country with an iron hand. The article said that former military leader saxi became a new strong leader. The Egyptian authorities have fallen into dictatorship, but are treated in good faith by the West. The latter is mainly concerned about Islamist threats. An official speech provides the basis for the autocracy, which mainly refers to the political and security threats posed by the Muslim Brotherhood and the terrorists in Sinai and other parts of Egypt. The picture is the armored army of the Egyptian army The article believes that the current policy can not guarantee national security and economic revival. The article says the threat of terror exists in Egypt. Egypt has suffered many terrorist attacks since 2013. Some Islamic extremist armed terrorist attacks on the security forces of the country are mainly on the Sinai peninsula. The violent clashes between the Egyptian army and the terrorists of the Islamic state are the cause of a series of attacks on the checkpoints of the Sinai Peninsula and other road interception facilities. In the border area between Egypt and Israel and Gaza, the security situation is deteriorating and terrorist organizations are growing. The Egyptian army has been unable to fight and destroy the terrorist network, and the country has virtually no guarantee of maintaining a large part of its order. On the economic front, the reform plan introduced in 2016 has created severe inflation. Not only that, the structural imbalance leading to the political turmoil in 2011 is still serious, such as food dependence and financial dependence, and increasing poverty. Although Egypt has undergone rapid economic development, economic liberalism and the integration of Egypts economy into the global economy are only beneficial to a small number of people. Social inequality is intensifying, and population explosion has led to poverty explosion. Egypts economy is fragile and dependent on the 4 pillars of Egypts financial revenue, the rent of the Suez canal, the transfer of overseas Chinese, tourism, and strategic income (the United States guarantees nearly $2 billion a year for civil and military assistance) - all sensitive to global risks. Paradox is that as a large agricultural country in the region, although the Nile Valley is fertile, Egypt can not meet the food needs of its people. In the end, although its educational model has allowed it to export competent managers and workers throughout the region, the Egyptian job market has always been unable to absorb the young people who have been frustrated by their unemployment. Egypts education system has also failed to solve the problem of illiteracy among half the population. Against the background of Islamic terrorism, President Ceci has benefited from excessive nationalism as an object of personal worship. As a guarantee for national stability, his position has been recognized by most people, and the price paid is an endless destruction of freedom. (compile / Lin Xiaoxuan) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Egypts economy is fragile and dependent on the 4 pillars of Egypts financial revenue, the rent of the Suez canal, the transfer of overseas Chinese, tourism, and strategic income (the United States guarantees nearly $2 billion a year for civil and military assistance) - all sensitive to global risks. Paradox is that as a large agricultural country in the region, although the Nile Valley is fertile, Egypt can not meet the food needs of its people. In the end, although its educational model has allowed it to export competent managers and workers throughout the region, the Egyptian job market has always been unable to absorb the young people who have been frustrated by their unemployment. Egypts education system has also failed to solve the problem of illiteracy among half the population. Against the background of Islamic terrorism, President Ceci has benefited from excessive nationalism as an object of personal worship. As a guarantee for national stability, his position has been recognized by most people, and the price paid is an endless destruction of freedom. (compiling / Lin Xiaoxuan)