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Sadat

(Mohammed) Anwar El . 1918--81, Egyptian statesman: president of Egypt (1970--81); assassinated; Nobel peace prize jointly with Begin 1978
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"Once, I shaved Sadat's son in my shop, and afterward his father asked him for my name," Labib told Arab News.
Sadat was a man deeply connected to biblical texts.
Sadat, during his speech as he jointly accepted the Nobel Peace prize said, "peace and prosperity in our area are closely linked and interrelated.
Meanwhile, Boyle is challenging the petitions submitted by Gergits and Sadat.
University of Sadat City President, Ahmed Bayoumi, said: "The University has always served Sadat City community and has been an essential part of the revival of the promising agro-industrial city.
Additionally, according to the Concept, Sadat would fear attacking Israeli forces under any circumstances without a deterrent force to threaten Israeli cities and thereby prevent a process of escalation that might include bombing of Egyptian targets throughout the country.
Sadat was vilified in the Arab world for essentially abandoning the Palestinian cause -- not that any of the other Arab states had done much for it, but the Egyptian president's actions were much more obvious," he said.
Sadat also believes that Prince Harry and Markle would make sure that their kids will share "common values in keeping with royal tradition." She noted that even if the couple does things on their own, they are mindful in keeping to the royal boundaries.
IN CONVERSATION WITH DIRECTOR SHAHRBANOO SADAT, SARAH WARD EXPOUNDS ON THE FILM'S NARRATIVE AND DIVERGENCE FROM THE CINEMATIC NORM.
The story is set in an Afghan village that 26-year-old tyro director-writer Shahrbanoo Sadat, Afghanistan's first-ever female feature helmer, was forced to re-create in the dusty mountains of neighboring Tajikistan due to security concerns for her mostly foreign crew--and for the presence in the tale of a naked, green, female fairy.
Her brother Sadat revealed police failed to gather CCTV images of Saima from her 400-mile journey north despite relatives' repeated pleas.
He accompanied Sadat on his ground-breaking trip to Jerusalem in that year, an event which both forged a peace agreement between Egypt and Israel and led to Sadat's assassination four years later.