- An·war el- [ahn-wahr el] /ˈɑn wɑr ɛl/, 1918–81, Egyptian political leader: president 1970–81; Nobel Peace Prize 1978.
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Contemporary Examples of sadat
When Sadat held a referendum on the peace treaty, the majority voted for the peace treaty, not against it.Freed Activist Blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad on Egypt’s Future
June 6, 2012
Rafshoon discovered that everyone around Sadat advised him against signing the peace accords, but he went ahead anyway.Jimmy Carter’s Camp David Diplomacy Inspires a Theatrical Work
May 26, 2012
Residents of Sadat Street said any time someone hangs a poster of a candidate other than Shafiq, it gets torn down.
Sadat understood that, conveyed convincingly that he did, and Menachem Begin responded in kind.First Step to Peace: Admitting that it's Complicated
May 4, 2012
Only then would I understand that Sadat was a contemporary version of these perennial enemies of the Jewish people.How I Lost My Zionism
March 15, 2012
Historical Examples of sadat
By Europeans he is called simply the Sheykh (the word means chief) es Sadat.Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu
Constance Fenimore Woolson
- (Mohammed) Anwar El (ˈænwɑː ɛl). 1918–81, Egyptian statesman: president of Egypt (1970–81); assassinated; Nobel peace prize jointly with Begin 1978