|His new peace policy led to the conclusion of two agreements on disengagement of forces with the Israeli government||The Israeli military then continued their drive to encircle the Egyptian army|
|Islambouli emptied his assault rifle into Sadat's body while in the front of the grandstand, mortally wounding the President||In an interview he gave to the Lebanese paper El Hawadeth in early February 1976, he claimed he had secret commitment from the US government to put pressure on the Israeli government for a major withdrawal in Sinai and the Golan Heights|
According to interviews and information gathered by journalist , the group was recruiting military officers and accumulating weapons, waiting for the right moment to launch "a complete overthrow of the existing order" in Egypt.12
|She said: 'We're kind of interested in your letter; where did you get those facts? [ ] Sadat also used the media to promote his purposes||Zawahiri was released from prison in 1984|
|In addition to cultivating relations with Evangelical Christians in the US, he also built some cooperation with the Vatican||Supreme Class of the Foreign honour• Preceded by Succeeded by Acting In office 15 May 1980 — 6 October 1981 President Himself Preceded by Succeeded by In office 26 March 1973 — 25 September 1974 President Himself Preceded by Succeeded by In office 19 December 1969 — 14 October 1970 President Preceded by Succeeded by In office 17 February 1964 — 26 March 1964 President Preceded by Succeeded by In office 21 July 1960 — 20 January 1969 President Preceded by Succeeded by Mohamed Labib Skokeir Personal details Born• Sadat dismissed allegations that the rioting was incited by domestic issues, believing that the Soviet Union was recruiting its regional allies in Libya and Syria to incite an uprising that would eventually force him out of power|
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|The film was promptly banned by the Egyptian government, as were all other movies produced and distributed by , over allegations of historical inaccuracies||During Nasser's presidency Top Egyptian leaders in , 1968|
|Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat 25 December 1918 — 6 October 1981 was an Egyptian politician who served as the , from 15 October 1970 until his by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981|
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