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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

INDEX
315
Beduin  interest  in  Egyptian   In-.          *     dependence, 148, and share
in the rebellion, 181, 182, 185, 186, 1<67
Beit-ul-JMal funds seized by Ismail, 32 " Black Hand " Sqpiety and others
in Cairo, power of, 195-6 Blignieres, M. de, 34, 37 Blind Students at El Azhar, 235-6 Blunt, Mr. Wilfrid, and Arabi, 41 Boer    Self-government,    Egyptian
argument from, 94 Bolshevism, 154 Boycott of the Milner Commission,
*246 sqq. British, the, and Mehemet Ali, 4,
17-18
British Advisers of Egyptian Ministers,   47;    relations   be-9          tween, 209 sqq.;   changes
made among, by Allenby, 220 ; and staffs, position discussed, 305
Control, the (see also British Occupation, and British Protectorate), fictions and limitations of, 43 sqq., 207-8; relaxation of, results of, 108, 169, 170 ; Egyptian attitude to, disclosed by the Passive Rebellion of April, 1919, 204-5 ; breakdown of, 20(> sqq. ; advisory character of, 208, 209, 216, 262-3; deterioration of, Nationalist case based on, 214 sqq. ; two ovil results of, 303—4 ; need for defining limits of, 304-5 Judges and Employe's of the
Mixed Tribunals, 214 Ministers, SC.G Ministers, British Occupation, the, foreseen by Mohomct Ali, 17, 43 ; events loading up to, 23, 24 sqq., 108, 144; why undertaken alono, 42; history of, 44 «<7<y. ; benefits Bocurod by, 42, 40, 0(> ; first phase, 44, 05 aqq. ; transition stage, SI uqq. ; second, phaso, 44, 100 sqq., abusos revived and blunders made during, 104, 114, 140-1, 149-50, 189, 301, blight cast on, by Abbas 11, 47,' 119; effect, on, of the
British Occupation (cont.)
Great War, 119, 206; transformation of, into Protectorate (q.v.), 44, 123 sqq.; indicted in the Memorandum of the Nationalist Party, 144; growth since, of Foreign Communities in Egypt, 175 ; difficulties of, leading to prolongation, 295-6 Officers and Soldiers, attacks on, and murders of, during the rebellion, 181-2, 184-5, 189, 196
Officials, see Officials, British, see also Advisers, Anglo-Egyptian Bureaucracy, and Civil Service, and British Judges.
Policy in Egypt, administrative and advisory character of, 82, 208, 209, 216; higher aims of, 107 sqq. ; various forms discussed, 298 sqq. Declaration of, in 1919,255,261,
281, 302;   text of, 256 Position in Egypt, that of Trustees,   99,   106,   125,   293, 295
Protectorate over Egypt, proclamation of, 44, 121, 123, 140 ; alternative to, 124 ; reaction of, on Allies and Neutrals, 124; abolition of, demanded by tho Nationalists at tho Armistice, 143 ; views on, of the Egyptian Cabinet, same poriod, 144 ; denounced in Memorandum of Nationalist Party, 144; resented in El Azhar, 150; attitude to, of tho fcllahevn, 151, 152, 153, 180 ; repudiation of, demanded by Committee of officials, 200, 202; recognition of, by CT.JS.A., 203, 244; recognition of, by the Treaty of VowailloH, 244, 29(5, 301; Manifesto of El Asshar denouncing, 241 ; moaning of, 'British silence on, 243, 251-2; Nationalist arguments on, 251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e