Former President Hosni Mubarak, who ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years, passed away at the age of 91 on Tuesday after a prolonged illness.
Hosni Mubarak assumed power in 1981 and has been the black and white owner of Egypt for almost 30 years thereafter, but his rise to power in the Middle East in the name of Arab Spring in 2011 has a sunset had gone.
In his 30-year tenure, he was a close ally of the United States, where he decimated his strongholds by declaring war on the militants and remained a protector of peace between Israel and Egypt.
However, his 30-year tenure ended when Tunisia's 'Arab Spring' movement reached Egypt and the brutal masses were persecuted during the Hosni Mubarak regime in the Egyptian capital of Cairo for 18 days. Had demanded his resignation.
Due to the increasing pressure of the people, the army forced Hosni Mubarak to resign and he left power on 11 February 2011.
The president of Tunisia had also quit power before Hosni Mubarak, but as a result of Hussein Mubarak's public protests, the ousting of power killed the Arab world.
After the election of Hosni Mubarak, the elections led to the formation of a Muslim Brotherhood government headed by President Mohamed Morsi.
According to Egyptian state TV, Hosni Mubarak's surgery was underway, during which he died, and no further information was released.
He was the first ruler of the world to be ousted from power as a result of this protest and, along with his former security chief in June 2012, was charged and convicted of killing nearly 900 people during an 18-day protest. He was sentenced to life imprisonment.
He appealed against the decision to the High Court, which acquitted him in 2014 of allegations that the people of Egypt had expressed serious shock and thousands of people protested against the decision in Cairo.
The following year, Hosni Mubarak and his two sons were sentenced to three years in prison on corruption charges, their sons were acquitted in 2015 while Hussein Mubarak was acquitted in 2017.
After his arrest in 2011, the former Egyptian dictator spent nearly six years in prison and after being acquitted he was transferred to an apartment in Cairo.