Midad AL-Adab Refereed Quarterly Journal

Midad AL-Adab Refereed Quarterly Journal


The research important era of the date the British presence in the Arab region since the competition was colonial at its peak between the Western countries and therefore sought to hold many conventions with each other to be each share in the Arab region and this has happened at the expense of the desire of the people of the Arab liberation and independence and refused presence foreign in the region, no matter how many reasons, and during the period of study, we found the following:

1) the colonial powers, particularly Britain in a race with their counterparts to have a foothold in the Arab region, the colonial approach followed to achieve its goals in the region through treaties to divide the Arab countries among themselves at the expense of the will of the Arab people.

2) Britain wants to convince the Egyptian people adhering to the well-being and independence and therefore proceeded to conclude treaties with Egypt politicians was the biggest player Britain in terms of political decision-making and the military away from the Egyptian government's desire.

3) It seems that the supportive attitude shown by the United States to Britain in the UN Security Council in 1947 prevented a solution to the differences between Egypt and Britain, which relate to the relationship between the parties or Egypt's relations with Sudan.

4) not Britain is serious about its relationship with Egypt in the joint rule of Sudan and that the staff was British are dominant on the reins to rule Sudan.

5) Britain stood firmly generally will Egyptian efforts to amend the treaties signed by the two sides after the Egyptian government felt the dominance of Britain to rule in Egypt and Sudan, despite signing a bilateral government agreement with Egypt.

6) keen Britain thwart any orientation Egypt to achieve the unity of the Nile Valley and therefore proceeded with the Government of copper to scrap the 1936 Treaty and Conventions ruling duo was in the 8 October 1951, and so strained relations between Egypt and Britain, prompting Britain dropping off its military forces in the Suez Canal area in time which incited Britain sons of Sudan rejected the idea of unity with Egypt and promised them to set up self-rule away from the Egyptian intervention, and so it goes towards Sudan's desire for independence from Egypt while maintaining the best relations between the two countries, while Egypt remained seek unity.

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