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Hosni Mubarak

Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak (born May 4, 1928), usually known as Hosni Mubarak, has been President of Egypt since October 14, 1981. He reached the Vice-Presidency after moving up the ranks of the Egyptian Air Force and succeeded Anwar Sadat following his assasination. He spoke out against the war on Iraq, arguing that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should be tackled first.


  • variant spellings include: Mohamed Hosni Said Mubarak, Mohammed Hosni Said Mubarak, Muhammad Hosni Said Mubarak, also with different names omitted and with occasional reordering.

External links

  1. Egyptian government page -- http://www.presidency.gov.eg/html/the_president
  2. Another government page -- http://www.sis.gov.eg/egyptinf/politics/preside/html/mubarak.htm

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