One just needs to replace the time, people and places to today, and we have the same unity of interests and joint working together of the Muslim Brotherhood and imperialism. Today instead of talking about Nasser, one only needs replacing Nasser with Gadafi, Assad, Hizbullah. Not to say one is putting Nasser and the others on the same level, they are not. - Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcolm
"Also targeted was Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser, who in 1952 overthrew the pro-British King Farouk, providing an Arab nationalist alternative to the pro-western monarchies in the Middle East. Britain had first covertly funded the MuslimBrotherhood, a new radical force with a terrorist wing, in 1942, and further links were made with the organisation after Nasser's revolution. By 1956, when Britain invaded Egypt, contacts were developed as part of plans to overthrow Nasser. Indeed, the invasion was undertaken in the knowledge that the Muslim Brotherhood might form the new regime... "