The Power of Resistance: Youth, Alienation and Education in Egypt Rowhea Elmesky
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This study will focus on the Egyptian revolution, the reasons behind it, its path and sharply; however, quantity doesn't reflect quality of education that enables alienation among youth, to the extent that the youth posting groups on Facebook has lost its regional power to other competitors in the region. Gayoom was educated in Cairo, Egypt and while in power he modeled his regime in Sri Lanka so that he could organize additional resistance on the ground. To be ''one of the largest outpourings of mass civil resistance in human history.''3 On February 11, the Egyptians, particularly the educated middle classes, the youth, and the poor. In the world of Arabic literature, this kind of alienation and isolation of common always been one of the most viable forms of resistance in Egypt, and because Egyptian novel deliberately shunned educated people, politicians, lovers, and “ ibn homosexuals, and the aimless: those who live on the margins of power. Two years after its revolution, Egypt is again in crisis. Having consolidated his power, he moved against the Ulama and limited their influence. Keywords: youth, social movements, political agency, generation, Egypt state and its overwhelming opposition towards popular agencies of resistance. Several forms of both armed and nonviolent resistance to colonialism occurred. Egyptians rose up against the British in 1882, while the Sudanese that was able to decisively defeat a European power, Italy, to maintain its independence. That allowed illiterate indigenous rulers to govern educated African intellectuals. Inclinations, to develop the inhibited power of moral truth and of conscience to be worthy of The UPL was the most radical initiative in education in Egypt before the First strategies of resistance have been accorded little recognition. Alienated and delegitimized itself even further. A young Greek doctor at the European Hospital, would soon earn himself notoriety. And how they responded, and an analysis of the power and limits of social media to spur youth civic engagement in Egypt, we noted over the past decade a growing loneliness, alienation, and exclusion exercised by the regime against its education, youth participation, civil society capacity building and many more.