Arabs in different paths in 20th century
Arabs different paths in 20th Century regarding Lebanon, Iraq, and Lebanon
Arab took diverse paths in the 20th century. During the period of union with Egypt which was the first revival stimulus of the Syrian Baath party came from Syrian officers who were stationed in Egypt who styled themselves in committees. The committee included Am in al-hafiz, Sunni, Hamad Ubayd and the two Alawis, Jadid and Muhammad Imran. The Syrian Baath Party after secession from UAR was established at a party congress. After the coup, Baathist associates moved to replace the coup leaders from senior army positions by forming a revolutionary command.
The coming to power for the Baath Part is the revolution postulated in the Baathist ideology. Diverse factional differences developed between pan-Arab nationalist adhere to old guard Baath Bitar and Aflaq leadership and those who were known, emphasized Syria first. The principal contention area was the attitude towards the unity of Arabs towards reunion with Egypt or Iraq union or both. Neo Baathist believed that land reforms and nationalization measures stated under Nasser but reverse during the Conservative interregnum (Hopwood, 2013).
1968 Baath was more organized and determined to stay in power than 1963 Baath. Nasser manipulated the politics in Iraq. Between 1968 and 1973 have a series of execution, sham trials, intimidations, assassination, the party eliminated the person were suspected of challenging Baath rule. Baath institutionalized the rule formally. The provisional constitution with some modifications is in effect. Bakr and Sadaam Hussein dominated the part where Bakr was connected to Arab nationalists for more than a decade brought through famous legitimacy. Sadaam Hussein was the consummate party. The real power despite the Baath attempt of institutionalizing remained in the hands of narrowly based elites (Benhabib,...