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He also idolized Mahatma Gandhi and his belief in non-violent struggle or Ahimsa when facing injustice. Overnight, the Egyptian and Iranian governments were turned from bitter enemies into fast friends. Jump up ^ Sadat's Wife autobiography Jump up ^ Khalid, Sunni M. During the period when Egypt was a protectorate of the United Kingdom, Sadat was fascinated by Hitler's Nazi German army for their quick ability to become a strategic threat to Britain. He graduated from the Royal Military Academy in Cairo in 1938 and was appointed to the Signal Corps. The relationship between Cairo and Tehran became so friendly that the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, called Sadat his "dear brother". Sadat was the President of the National Assembly (1960–1968) and then vice president and member of the presidential council in 1964. Jump up ^ "Sadat Visits Israel: 1977 Year in Review.". In September, Sadat ordered a highly unpopular roundup of more than 1500 people, including many Jihad members, but also the Coptic Pope and other Coptic clergy, intellectuals and activists of all ideological stripes. All non-government press was banned as well. The round up missed a Jihad cell in the military led by Lieutenant Khalid Islambouli, who would succeed in assassinating Anwar Sadat that October. According to Tala'at Qasim, ex-head of the Gama'a Islamiyya interviewed in Middle East Report, it was not Islamic Jihad but his organization, known in English as the "Islamic Group", that organized the assassination and recruited the assassin (Islambouli).
Anwar Sadat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Muhammad Anwar El-Sadat أنور السادات Anwar Sadat 3rd President of Egypt In office 15 October 1970 – 6 October 1981 Acting: 28 September 1970 – 15 October 1970 Prime Minister See list[show] Vice President See list[show] Preceded by Gamal Abdel Nasser Succeeded by Sufi Abu Taleb (Acting) Hosni Mubarak Prime Minister of Egypt In office – 6 October 1981 President Himself Preceded by Mustafa Khalil Succeeded by Hosni Mubarak In office 26 March 1973 – 25 September 1974 President Himself Preceded by Aziz Sedki Succeeded by Abd El Aziz Muhammad Hegazi Vice President of Egypt In office 19 December 1969 – 14 October 1970 President Gamal Abdel Nasser Preceded by Hussein el-Shafei Succeeded by Ali Sabri In office 17 February 1964 – 26 March 1964 President Gamal Abdel Nasser Preceded by Hussein el-Shafei Succeeded by Zakaria Mohieddin Speaker of the National Assembly of Egypt In office 26 March 1964 – 12 November 1968 President Gamal Abdel Nasser Preceded by Abdel Latif Boghdadi Succeeded by Mohamed Labib Skokeir In office 21 July 1960 – 27 September 1961 President Gamal Abdel Nasser Preceded by Abdel Latif Boghdadi Succeeded by Himself Personal details Born 25 December 1918 El Monufia, Egypt Died 6 October 1981 (aged 62) Cairo, Egypt Nationality Egyptian Political party National Democratic Party Other political affiliations Arab Socialist Union Spouse(s) Ehsan Madi Jehan Sadat Children Lubna Anwar Sadat Noha Anwar Sadat Gamal Anwar El Sadat Jehan Anwar Sadat Alma mater University of Alexandria Religion Sunni Islam Signature Military service Allegiance Egypt Service/branch Egyptian Army Years of service 1938–1952 Rank Turco-Egyptian ka'im Colonel Muhammad Anwar El Sadat (Arabic: محمد أنور السادات Muḥammad Anwar as-Sādāt Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [mæˈħæmmæd ˈʔɑnwɑɾ essæˈdæːt]; 25 December 1918 – 6 October 1981) was the third President of Egypt, serving from 15 October 1970 until his assassination by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981. The peace agreement between Egypt and Israel has remained in effect since the treaty was signed.
The first of his childhood heroes was Zahran, the alleged hero of the Denshawai Incident, who resisted the British occupation in a farmer protest. It was not until 1989 that the League re-admitted Egypt as a member, and returned its headquarters to Cairo.
According to the story, a British soldier was killed, and Zahran was the first Egyptian hanged in retribution. Jump up ^ "The Nobel Peace Prize 1978 - Presentation Speech". As part of the peace deal, Israel withdrew from the Sinai Peninsula in phases, completing its withdrawal from the entire territory except the town of Taba by 25 April 1982 (withdrawal from which did not occur until 1989). The improved relations Egypt gained with the West through the Camp David Accords soon gave the country resilient economic growth. By 1980, however, Egypt's strained relations with the Arab World would result in a period of rapid inflation. Relationship with Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi of Iran Queen Farah Diba, President Anwar Sadat and Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in Tehran in 1975 The relationship between Iran and Egypt had fallen into open hostility during Gamal Abdel Nasser's presidency.
Sadat was a senior member of the Free Officers who overthrew King Farouk in the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, and a close confidant of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, under whom he served as Vice President twice and whom he succeeded as President in 1970. The treaty was extremely unpopular in most of the Arab World and the wider Muslim World. His predecessor Nasser had made Egypt an icon of Arab nationalism, an ideology that appeared to be sidelined by an Egyptian orientation following the 1973 war (see Egypt).
In his eleven years as president, he changed Egypt's trajectory, departing from many of the political and economic tenets of Nasserism, re-instituting a multi-party system, and launching the Infitah economic policy. Jump up ^ An Ideology of Martyrdom - TIME Jump up ^ Le prophète et Pharaon by Kepel, p. 49 Jump up ^ 'Cracking Down', Time, 14 September 1981 Jump up ^ Le prophète et Pharaon by Kepel, pp. 50 Jump up ^ For an account that uses this version of events, look at Middle East Report's January–March 1996 issue, specifically Hisham Mubarak's interview with ? The neighboring Arab countries believed that in signing the accords, Sadat had put Egypt's interests ahead of Arab unity, betraying Nasser's pan-Arabism, and destroyed the vision of a united "Arab front" for the support of the Palestinians against the "Zionist Entity".