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The death of former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak revealed. It is not revealing to the man, because much of what is related to him was killed in research and analysis. But the revelation here concerns us, we the people. We the people were surprised by the death. Although God rest his soul, he was about to complete his 92nd year, but death always causes a surprise. When it comes to a public figure who has ruled a pivotal country for decades, the surprise is multiplied. Initially, many rumors of his death during the years after the January 2011 events, especially in the months that followed, made the majority not stop much at the news. This means that we are beginning to gain immunity in dealing with the news.
However, once the news was confirmed, the reactions were worthy of research and study in sociology, psychology, and anthropology. There was a sense that a group decision was taken slowly. After slowing down, it appears that many have benefited from the lessons of nine harsh years of dazzling events, accidents and discoveries that have not occurred to Pal. What is certain is that the majority carries with it a lump towards the long years of government that have not witnessed significant infrastructure projects, urban expansion in important border areas, or major changes in people’s economic conditions that suit the 30 years. It is true that Egypt’s economy was better in terms of numbers and rankings of international institutions, but the broad-based economy did not improve. And with the lack of improvement in the popular economy, education was allowed to collapse, health is a secret, and culture is torn between a slum culture that expanded to embrace millions of people, and the culture of religious groups that began to expand until other millions were absent, not to mention a demonic expansion of the thought of these groups and imported abroad and embraced it bacterially Before the millions that were not invested in teaching, educating and developing its affiliation with its country, culture, civilization and ancient history.
All of the above passed before the eyes of millions of Egyptians. But with this painful passage, the role of the late president in the October War and the victory that led to pride and dignity also passed. He passed the position of the man who obstinately refused to leave Egypt at the height of recurring events and revolutionary adrenaline. He did not keep this decision for himself, but announced it and insisted on it. He went through the experience of appearing in the dock, and conveyed his image questioned by the judge to the latest trials that took place. Regardless of the dialectic, “Was it possible to hold him accountable for the bulldozing of Egyptians over his years of rule and not the contentment of gifts issues here and palaces there?”, The decision to stay in Egypt considered him many as a reflection of the man’s belief that he did not make a mistake. Of course, there remains a sector that interfered in the matter of the Creator – as was the custom – calling on those who followed not to seek mercy for him, but the majority of Egyptians remained in their era, mercy on the one who left.