Ideology Of Nationalism Essay
The concept of 'Nationalism' refers to the “essential human unit in which man’s nature is fully realized…constitute their common goals which in turn are supreme goals (Berlin, 2013, p.342).” Nationalism is also prevalent background ideology throughout all the presidential speeches of Bin Ali and Mubarak in order to motivate the citizenry’s nationalistic feelings and their positive attributes. Both Bin Ali and Mubarak attempt to display their great love of their own countries and fidelity to their countries.
وَكُلُّ يَوْمٍ مِنْ حَيَاتِي كَانَ وَمازال لِخِدْمَةِ البِلَادِ، وَقَدِّمَتْ التَّضْحِيَاتُ وَمَا نحَبِّشُ نُعْدِدْهَا كُلَّهُ تَعْرِفُوهَا وَلَمْ أَقْبَلْ يَوْمًا وَمَا نَقْبَلُ بَاشَ تسَيِّلُ قَطْرَةُ دَمٍ …show more content…
No doubt that Morsi appears as the ambassador of this ideology. His massive religious rhetoric and vocabulary are improvised and influentially performed their results at first. There is a plethora of this ideology replete his political discourse such as Qur’anic verses, Traditional Sunnah and Sayings. It is obvious that there are about (10) intertextualized religious discourse shrouds Morsi’s first three speeches. Moreover, the actors of this ideology constantly accentuate that they are always oppressed and victims as a result of their religious principles. The following extract depicts this …show more content…
Marzouki adopts this secular ideology. He advocates the separation of religion and State in his inauguration speech. However, he has a thin line of alliance with Islamists and is allied with the Islamist Ennahda party. As a writer and intellectual, Marzouki is expected to provide the facts objectively, and contribute to an enlightening role in reuniting and strengthening Arab solidarity. In addition, He discusses how the notion of separation of State and religion evolves and becomes one of the dominant liberal values in the history of mankind. The below extract reflects this ideology:
وَلَكِن أنْ نُعَمِّقُ أَيْضًا عَلَاقَتَنَا بِالغَرْبِ وَبِالشَّرْقِ وَبِالجَنُوبِ. نَحْنُ مُطَالِبُونَ بِأَنْ نَحْمِيَ المنقبات وَالمُحَجَّبَاتُ