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The 25 January Revolution Youth Coalition, also known as the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, started on 25 January 2011 and spread across Egypt. The date was set by various youth groups to coincide with the annual Egyptian "Police holiday" as a statement against increasing police brutality during the last few years of Mubarak's presidency. It consisted of demonstrations, marches, occupations of plazas, non-violent,civil resistance acts of civil disobedience and strikes.

ABN AMRO Bank N.V. is a Dutch state-owned bank with headquarters in Amsterdam. ABN AMRO Bank is the third-largest bank in the Netherlands. It was re-established in its current form in 2009, following the acquisition and break-up of the original ABN AMRO by a banking consortium consisting of Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Santander Group and Fortis. Following the collapse of Fortis, who acquired the Dutch business, it was nationalized by the Dutch government along with Fotris Bank Nederland.

Abul-Azaimtariqa, a Sufi-movement in Egypt 

The African Union is the international organization that promotes the integration between the countries of the African continent in the most different aspects, the continental union is consisting of 55 countries of the continent of Africa,. Headquarters: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Founded by Muammar al-Gaddafi; Founded on: July 9, 2002, Durban, South Africa; Political centers: Addis Ababaa; Johannesburgb.
Chair Person: Paul Kagame, Rwanda (Jan 2018 to Jan 2019)


The Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Organisation is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to the ideals of national liberation and Third World solidarity. The AAPSO was founded as the Solidarity Council of the Afro-Asian Countries at a conference held in Cairo December 1957 to January 1958.

The Afro-Asian Writers Union has its roots in Tashkent in 1958, when writers and literary figures from Asia and African countries would come together in the so called Afro-Asian Writers' Conferences and establish cultural contacts, promote translation and have political discussions. Further conferences followed in various of the writers' cities during the subsequent 20 years. These gatherings became known under the name of the Afro-Asian Writers Union. The Union is considered to represent the literary front of the Soviet Union's return to the colonial question and is not active anymore. 

a sister publication to Al-Naba'

The ultra-conservative islamic  Ḥizb al-Nūr (i.e. al-Nur party) has been founded in Mai 11, 2011 advocating the implementation of Shariah law. It was the most prominent of the salafi parties that were formed after the Egyptian revolution in January 2011 and won as  a member of the Islamic Block 111 of 489 seats in the 2011-2012 parliamentary elections.

Egyptian newspaper