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  Anwar Sadat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sadat was born in Mit Abu Al-Kum, Al-Minufiyah, Egypt, to a poor Egyptian-Sudanese family, one of 13 brothers and sisters.
Sadat was then rushed to a hospital, but he was declared dead within hours, and succeeded by his Vice-President Hosni Mubarak, who was injured in his hand during the attack.
Sadat's funeral was attended by a record number of dignitaries from around the world, including a rare simultaneous attendance by then U.S. President Ronald Reagan and former presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Richard Nixon.
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 Anwar Sadat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sadat was born in, one of 13 brothers and sisters.
In 1973, Sadat, together with Syria, led Egypt into the Yom Kippur War with Israel, trying to reclaim parts of the Sinai Peninsula, which had been conquered by Israel during the Six-Day War.
On October 6, the month after the crackdown, Sadat was assassinated during a parade in Cairo by army members who were part of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad organization, who opposed his negotiations with Israel as well as his use of force in the September crackdown.
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 Anwar Sadat - MSN Encarta
Anwar al-Sadat (1918-1981), Egyptian military leader and president (1970-1981), best remembered for his work toward peace in the Middle East, in the course of which he became the first Arab leader to recognize Israel.
Sadat was born on December 25, 1918, in the Nile delta village of Mīt Abū al Kawm.
Sadat took part in the coup of 1952, in which Nasser ousted King Faruk.
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Anwar Sadat had been one of the original "Free Officers Group" and served as Nasser's vice-president and chosen successor, but he had never been taken seriously until he assumed control of the government.
Sadat also made a show of reversing the harsh secularism which was beginning to alienate the still traditionally religious middle classes by strongly identifying himself as a devout Muslim.
Sadat's support for Islam also began to backfire as groups like the Muslim Brotherhood gained wider support and became more vocal in their criticism of government economic policies and the Camp David agreements which were portrayed as a sell out to the Zionists.
www.arab.net /egypt/et_sadat.htm   (701 words)

 Anwar El Sadat
Sadat was reappointed as Vice President in December 1969.
After the death of President Gamal Abd El- Nasser, Anwar Sadat was elected President of Egypt in October 1970 and was reelected for a second term in October 1976.
One of Sadat's major achievements was that he engineered and led the 1973 war in which the Egyptian army managed to cross the Suez Canal accomplishing a significant victory.
www.presidency.gov.eg /html/e_anwar_el_sadat.html   (249 words)

 Anwar al
Sadat was one of the young officers that Nasser grouped around him that were dedicated to overthrowing the corrupt government of King Farouk, and with it British rule in Egypt.
Sadat was immediately asked by Nasser to be his public relations minister and Nasser gave Sadat the task of overseeing the abdication of King Farouk.
Anwar al-Sadat went to Jerusalem and started a process that was to culminate with the talks at Camp David hosted by America’s President Jimmy Carter.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /anwar_al_sadat.htm   (760 words)

 CNN Cold War - Profile: Anwar Sadat
As president, Sadat inherited a relationship with the Soviet Union that was deteriorating.
Sadat abrogated the Soviet-Egyptian Treaty of Friendship in 1976.
Sadat was assassinated on October 6, 1981, in Cairo by Muslim fundamentalists while reviewing a military parade commemorating the 1973 Yom Kippur war.
www.cnn.com /SPECIALS/cold.war/kbank/profiles/sadat   (429 words)

 Anwar Sadat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This was seen as a betrayal of his predecessor Nasser's pan-Arabism, destroying visions of a united Arab front.
Sadat was protected by four layers of security and the army parade should have been safe due to ammunition-seizure rules, however the officers in charge of that procedure were on hajj to Mecca.
He divorced Ehsan Madi to marry half-Egyptian/half-British Jehan Raouf (later known as Jehan Sadat), who was barely 16, on May 29, 1949.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sadat   (1388 words)

 Anwar El Sadat
Anwar Sadat was born in Mit Aboul kom, a small village in the Egyptian governorate of Menofeya in 1918.
Sadat joined the military school in 1936 and when graduated he was posted to a distant outpost where he met Gamal Abd El Nasser and other young officers forming a revolutionary group called The Free Officers movement destined to overthrow the British rule and free Egypt from occupation.
Sadat was elected president of Egypt in 1970 after the sudden death of Nasser where he faced the influence of hardliners and local super power figures in the Egyptian government whom he jailed in a movement he named the correction movement on May 15th, 1971.
www.egyptgiftshop.com /modern_egypt/anwar_sadat.html   (395 words)

 Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development at University of Maryland, College Park
Mohammad Anwar el-Sadat was born on December 25, 1918, in Mit Abu al-Kum, 40 miles north of Cairo, Egypt.
Sadat’s opening to the West and the peace treaty with Israel, while lauded by most of the international community, generated opposition and isolated Egypt from the Arab world.
Sadat was tragically assassinated by extremists opposed to peace with Israel on October 6, 1981, while reviewing a military parade commemorating the 1973 Arab-Israeli war.
www.bsos.umd.edu /SADAT/people/anwar_sadat.htm   (626 words)

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The Anwar Sadat Chair for Population, Development and Peace was established at the University of Maryland, College Park in the fall of 1997 in the memory of the Egyptian leader who gave his life for the cause of peace.
The Sadat Chair was made possible by the commitment of Anwar Sadat's widow, Dr. Jehan Sadat, to her late husband's legacy of leadership for peace.
I congratulate my friend Jehan Sadat on this special occasion, for I know well that Anwar Sadat's accomplishments were also her own." I commend the University of Maryland, and all those who worked to establish this important chair as an anchor for a program in population, development and peace.
www.cidcm.umd.edu /projects/sadchair.htm   (612 words)

 Anwar al-Sadat
Sadat recontacted his old associate Nasser to find that their revolutionary movement had grown considerably while he was in prison.
Sadat openly offered the Israelis a peace treaty in exchange for the return of the Sinai lands taken in the attack.
Sadat died at the hands of fundamentalists assassins on October 6, 1981, during a military review celebrating the Suez crossing in 1973.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/sadat.html   (1145 words)

 Anwar Sadat -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mohamed Anwar Al-Sadat (محمد أنورالسادات in Arabic) (December 25, 1918 – October 6, 1981) was an Egyptian politician and served as the third President of Egypt from September 28, 1970 until his assassination on October 6, 1981.
Image:Campdavid.jpg In 1973, Sadat, together with Syria, led Egypt into the Yom Kippur War with Israel, and succeeded in regaining parts of the Sinai Peninsula, which had been conquered by Israel during the Six-Day War.
In September of 1981, Sadat cracked down on Muslim and Coptic organizations, including student groups; the arrests totalled nearly 1600, receiving worldwide condemnation for the extremity of his techniques.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Anwar_Sadat   (1318 words)

 Military.com Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anwar Sadat was President of Egypt from 1970 to 1981 and was one of the key architects of peace between Egypt and Israel.
Sadat also carefully studied the domestic Egyptian political atmosphere to ensure that he had the necessary popular support to embark on negotiations with Israel.
Sadat's astute leadership marked the beginning of an era of peace and stability between Egypt and Israel.
www.military.com /ResourceContent?file=lpm2_pdfi.htm   (191 words)

 Profile: Anwar Sadat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anwar al-Sadat was the first Arab leader to recognize Israel and shared the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
In 1973, Sadat launched the Yom Kippur war as Egypt tried but failed to recapture the territories it had lost to Israel in 1967, taking only a small part of the Sinai Peninsula.
Sadat was assassinated by Islamic fundamentalists within his own army.
www.sacbee.com /static/archive/news/projects/people_of_century/leaders/sadat.html   (144 words)

 NBC 15 :: Close to Home - Late President Anwar Sadat's nephew says he will run in Egypt's presidential polls   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sadat, an opposition member of parliament for the al-Ahrar or Liberal party, said he stands for the release of all political detainees and higher standards of living.
Sadat, wearing a lapel pin with his uncle's image, said if he were elected, he would abolish the state of emergency legislation - which was introduced after his uncle's assassination - and free all political detainees.
Anwar Sadat was shot dead by Islamist extremists at a military parade in 1981.
www.wpmi.com /news/world/story.aspx?content_id=7F3034A5-CB4B-4CA6-BCF3-AD28014CA29F   (458 words)

 WIC Biography - Jehan el Sadat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Born in Upper Egypt in 1933, she married Anwar Sadat at the age of 16.
One of Sadat's many accomplishments is the establishment of a women's emancipation, education, and training society.
Sadat's other achievements include the founding of a city where handicapped war veterans can live with their families, and participation in the reconstruction of Kasr El Einy Hospital, the first hospital for modern medicine built in the Mediterranean in over 150 years.
www.wic.org /bio/jsadat.htm   (325 words)

 Middle East Online
Talaat Sadat, 51, had planned to launch his presidential bid at the mausoleum erected on the site of his illustrious uncle's 1981 murder, but access was forbidden by military police, an AFP correspondent reported.
Sadat, who will also run against a jailed Islamist leader convicted in his uncle's murder, vowed that one of the first points in his programme would be to lift the state of emergency slapped on the country since that time.
Sadat proposed slashing the budget of the interior ministry, which he estimated at six billion Egyptian pounds (more than one billion dollars).
www.middle-east-online.com /english?id=13788   (670 words)

 Commentary Magazine - In Search of Identity, by Anwar al-Sadat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
...Sadat came to realize that the United States held most of the cards in the Middle East, and that only Washington could act as intermediary between Egypt and Israel...
...Sadat also acquired an abiding mistrust of the USSR and a belief in the desirability of an alliance with the United States...
...Sadat never mentions that he was one of three judges who conducted show trials of Brotherhood leaders in the 1950's after their attempt to assassinate Nasser...
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 Sadat's Visit to Israel, 1977
Anwar Sadat took over from Nassar and tried to interest Israel in peace proposals on his terms in 1971.
Sadat held talks in Damascus with Syrian President Hafez Assad in an unsuccessful attempt to win Syrian support for the mission the Egyptian called his "sacred duty." Syria was unmoved.
That afternoon, Sadat mounted rostrum of the Knesset and speaking forcefully in Arabic he called his visit an "important juncture in the history of the world." As expected, Sadat restated Arab demands including Israeli withdrawal from war-won lands and a permanent home for the Palestinians.
www.palestinefacts.org /pf_1967to1991_sadat_1977.php   (693 words)

 The My Hero Project - Mohamed Anwar El-Sadatsadat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anwar al-Sadat succeeded Gamal Abdel Nasser as the president of Egypt in 1970, and retained the office until he was assassinated in 1981.
Sadat was one of the best presidents that ruled Egypt as he made a lot of projects that helped its coming generation such as the Sadat City and lots of cities!
Sadat and Begin won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1978, and their continued political negotiations resulted in the signing on March 26, 1979, of a treaty of peace between Egypt and Israel.
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 Sadat, Anwar al- - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo! Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sadat, Anwar al-  (änwär´ äl-sädät´), 1918—81, Egyptian political leader and president (1970—81).
Less charismatic than his predecessor, Sadat was nevertheless able to establish himself as Egypt's strongman and a leader of the Arab world.
A pragmatist, Sadat indicated his willingness to consider a negotiated settlement with Israel and shared the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize with Menachim Begin as a result of the Camp David accords.
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 R-MWC - 2001 Pearl S. Buck Award Winner Jehan Sadat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
She met Sadat shortly after his release from prison, where he served two and a half years for resistance activities that eventually led to the abdication of King Farouk.
Jehan Sadat used her platform as the first lady of Egypt to touch the lives of millions, change the world’s image of Arab women, and fulfill her own life-long yearning for participation and service.
Sadat has also played crucial roles in the formation of the Talla Society, a cooperative in the Nile Delta region that assists women in becoming self-sufficient; the Egyptian Society for Cancer Patients and the Egyptian Blood Bank; and S.O.S. Children’s Villages in Egypt, an organization that provides orphans new homes in a family environment.
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 BBC ON THIS DAY | 19 | 1977: Egyptian leader's Israel trip makes history
In the wake of demonstrations around the world against Mr Sadat's visit, Israel is in a state of heightened alert and 10,000 security personnel are on duty.
Anwar Sadat delivered his speech to the Knesset on 20 November 1977.
President Sadat's overtures to Israel made him popular in the West - he and Menachim Begin were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1978.
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/november/19/newsid_2520000/2520467.stm   (378 words)

 William Tyndale + Anwar Sadat
Sadat was assassinated during an army parade by members of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad organization.
But he continued Sadat's policy of using illegal arrests, torture and detention without trial to suppress radical Islamic groups.
But it could be argued that Sadat was killed because he was insufficiently intolerant.
www.ronaldbrucemeyer.com /rants/1006almanac.htm   (657 words)

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