Ruler Of Sharjah: "Charles De Gaulle Granted Independence To Algeria"

date 2017/03/20 views 412 comments 2
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Member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates, and Ruler of Sharjah, Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, said the French General, Charles de Gaulle granted independence to Algeria to satisfy the Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser".

Ruler of Sharjah's statement raised a lot of questions, when he said; in a meeting with chief editors of newspapers and media, in the London Book Fair, a historical text which he attributed to the former French President, Charles de Gaulle.

Official website of the Ruler of Sharjah, the Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, claimed that "the French President Charles de Gaulle managed, thanks to his culture, to achieving his objectives, without carrying weapons and shooting fire, using the sincere word and correct orientation", and cited the example of the Algerian cause.

According to a historical text that the Ruler of Sharjah adopted; "Charles de Gaulle, former President of France, was asked why whenever he wanted to take an important decision and held a meeting with all the ministers, he was always keen to be sitting next to the Culture Minister Moron, while all the ministers are present? So De Gaulle replied: (Because Minister of Culture reminds me of my humanity).

Sharjah Ruler added; "De Gaulle asked the minister of culture on how he can earn Arabs friendship who he glorified? Morron answered him that satisfying the Arab leader Gamal Abdel Nasser and earning friendship with the Arab leader Gamal Abdel Nasser would make him earn friendship with all the Arab World. De Gaulle asked: How can I earn friendship of the Arab leader Gamal Abdel Nasser?He replied: You have to give Algeria its independence. Then De Gaulle said, meaning Algeria: "Now I known them".

The Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi asserted in his statement that, based on this consultation of the French Minister of Culture, "De Gaulle decided to grant independence to Algeria".

He explained: "Here we see how did an educated person achieve its objectives without carrying weapons and shooting, by using the sincere word and correct orientation".

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