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Arabs are carrying out ethnic cleansing right now in Southern Sudan, with the financial support of the Arab world, particularly Libya and Saudi Arabia. But this first attempt to capture Egypt ends in a stalemate between Crusaders and Sunnis and both agree to withdraw. So Italy sent troops, occupied two provinces and called it “Libya”. But the whole history of Egypt, as we shall see, shows that the {p. 5} mixture of the early population with white nomadic elements, conquerors or merchants, became increasingly important as the end of Egyptian history approached.

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History of Egypt from 330 B.C. to the present time

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