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lished relations with the Soviet
Union.
On the domestic front, he re-
laxed controls over the opposi-
tion, gave the press greater
freedom and took some meas-
ures to curb corruption. But
while recognizing the urgency of
economic reform, he accom-
plished little.
"There is little indication so
far," Jabber declares, that the
president will muster the politi-
cal courage to launch fundamen-
tal structural reforms" which
would include large cuts in gov-
ernment subsidies and public
sector spending, import re-
straints and unification of ex-
change rates.
Mubarak cannot rule without
the continuing sanction of the
armed forces, which currently
number 445,000, plus 139,000
paramilitary personnel, and he
has been very careful not to
harm military interests. Despite
peace with Israel, Jabber notes,
"there have been no major cuts
in force levels or overall mili-
tary spending and advanced
weaponry from the United
States is flowing in at the rate
of $1.3 billion annually."
military,
the
Beside
Mubarak's chief support comes
from the small but very power-
ful new class fathered by Sadat's
Open Door policies, Jabber re-
ports. This group, the
entrepreneurs, the professionals
and high-salaried employes of
the private economy, have an
enormous stake in the survival
of the present system.
But public opinion is swinging
away from the regime's basic
policies, he finds, pointing out
that "it is not coincidental that
with growing social and eco-
nomic problems has come a re-
surgence of Islamic fervor
among the urban poor and the
lower middle-class (including a
majority of university students)
and an increasing willingness
on the part of fundamentalist
religious leaders to challenge
the writ of the government and
the legitimacy of present in-
stitutions."
Egyptian fundamentalism, he
finds, "feeds primarily on the
alienation induced by economic
penury and by the social and
cultural stresses caused by In-
fitah. It appeals mainly to the
teeming masses of despairing
unemployed and underemployed
in the urban centers, to restless
university students, and to the
white-collar salaried class at the
lower end of the pay scale.
"Decrying corruption, Wester-
nization and materialism," he
reports, "fundamentalists call
for a radical restructuring of
society, according to the Sharia
(Muslim law), a turning away
from reliance on foreign powers
and any outside relationships,
and a recommitment by Egypt
to militant struggle for restora-
tion of Jerusalem to Arab con-
trol."
Jabber discounts the prospect
of an Iran-like revolt in Egypt
but sees the possibility of pres-
sures on the regime forcing it to
make radical changes. "The crit-

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