Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution

Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution
Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution
Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution
Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution
Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution
Gamal Abdul Nasser and South Africa revolution

On the 10th May,
In 1994, on a day like yesterday, Nelson Mandela sworn an oath to be the first black president of South Africa following the liberation from Apartheid which was rejected by the father of Africans, Gamal Abdel Nasser, who said that "The distinction between skin color is only a precursor to the discrimination against rights). Therefore, in 1961, Egypt broke its relationship with the South African Government, and, for the first time in 1962, participated with a further 28 States to present the Apartheid issue in the Security Council in order for the policy of Apartheid to be considered as a threaten to the international peace and security. Furthermore, Egypt rejected the Bantustans (a tribal-racism border set by the white people through imposing the house arrest on the African populations who were called as Bantu and prevented to enter places of the white people).

Moreover, Egypt contacted with the liberation movements in South Africa through its cadres in Cairo through radio programs into both English and Zulu.

It is to be noted here that the ANC strongly supported Egypt at the time of the tripartite aggression which was followed by the supporting of Nasser to the national liberation movements (including the African National Congress and the African Union Conference) against Apartheid.

May Allah have mercy on the souls of dead bodies whose effect remain a witness to their impact.