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100 years since Sadat's birth: Stories from the archives

Ahram Online , Thursday 27 Dec 2018
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A file photo of President Mohamed Anwar El-Sadat (Photo: Ahram Online)
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Former president Anwar Sadat was born a hundred years ago today, and to mark the occasion Ahram Online is sharing some of its stories and those of its sister publication Al-Ahram Weekly about him below.

All about Sadat by David Tresilian

Recalling the October War by Al-Sayed Amin Shalaby 

Peace Lost Extracts from the published memories of eight Egyptian and Israeli politicians who were deeply involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict and negotiations compiled by Ahram Weekly

Taking a seat in history by Amira El-Noshokaty

Anwar El-Sadat: 25 years on by Wahid Abdel Meguid

Finishing what Sadat started by Karim Youssef

Old claims rehashed by Reem Leila

Two cheers for Sadat by Haro L Karkour

New perspectives on Sadat by Walid Abdel Nasser

Shifting relations with Israel by Hassan Nafea

Looking back at Sadatby Ahmed El-Tonsi

Remember 1974 by Ahmed El-Tonsi

Anwar Sadat by George Bahgory 

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