Variables that contributed to the return of the Egyptian role to Arabahvi circle under president Hosni Mubarak


Abstract The Egyptian-Arab relations in the late seventies of the last century were subjected to sharp changes and storm shifts, which shifted them from status to status, from place to place, from role to role, while Egypt, the state and people, took a distinct position at the heart of these Arab relations throughout the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, Has been able to emerge from the heart and specifically during the visit of President Mohamed Anwar Sadat to Jerusalem in 1977 and the signing of the peace treaty with Israel (Camp Deif) in 1978, where it reached the marginalization and isolation, which are not appropriate to the Egyptian state because of its location and role in history and geography In the course of our research, we reviewed the various important events that the Arab region witnessed in the 1980s and the beginning of the nineties, which represented, in general, the hoaxes of the Egyptian interest in the restoration of its role in the Arab world according to a research plan that deals first with the Iran-Iraq War 1980. A second study on the Israeli invasion of Lebanon and the Palestinian issue, To study the crisis and the Gulf War another entry to devote this role in the early nineties.