By Tawfiq Al-Hakim (auth.)
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I did not take the matter seriously or pay any attention to it but stayed calm and silent. Suddenly, it was 'Abd al-Nasir who became agitated. Immediately, at the moment of his agitation and on the spur of his reaction, he issued a decree granting me the highest decoration in the state. The major ceremonies connected with it reiterated that this decoration was only awarded to heads of state and heirs apparent. I, a civil servant with the rank of under-secretary, had no right to wear this kind of decoration.
They stated that they were the same terms and conditions which had been presented to Egypt before the revolution and which the parties had altogether refused. Amongst these terms was the condition that the English be permitted to reoccupy Egypt if the region were exposed to the dangers of war. Similarly, the Sudan and the permanence of its linkage to Egypt had always been a fundamental precondition for every Egyptian negotiator of whatever party. In fact, I remember that I had been sitting at a funeral service following the death of someone in the ministry of education some ten years before the revolution.
The Egyptian engineer began to explain his view with drawings and figures on the blackboard and to rebut and oppose the view ofthe English engineer, Willcocks. 61 At that time Egypt was under the British occupation, but this did not prevent Egypt from attempting by itself to create a public opinion which listened, debated, distinguished and decided. However, after the revolution of 1952 took place, with heartfelt love and support offered out of our desire for a better future, we never debated any of the projects which it espoused, and perhaps we could not.
The Return of Consciousness by Tawfiq Al-Hakim (auth.)