Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat was an Egyptian politician and military officer who served as the third president of Egypt, from 15 October 1970 until his assassination by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981.
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Anwar el-Sadat's father, Anwar Mohammed El Sadat, was an Upper Egyptian, and his mother, Sit Al-Berain, was Sudanese from her father.
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Anwar el-Sadat entered the army as a second lieutenant and was posted to the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
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Anwar el-Sadat Sadat was active in many political movements, including the Muslim Brotherhood, the fascist Young Egypt, the pro-palace Iron Guard of Egypt, and the secret military group called the Free Officers.
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Anwar el-Sadat was appointed editor of the newly founded daily Al Gomhuria.
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Anwar el-Sadat was reappointed as vice president again in December 1969.
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Anwar el-Sadat was awarded the Prince of Peace Award by Pat Robertson.
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In 1983, Sadat, a miniseries based on the life of Anwar el-Sadat Sadat, aired on US television with Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett, Jr.
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Anwar el-Sadat was portrayed by Robert Loggia in the 1982 television movie A Woman Called Golda, opposite Ingrid Bergman as Golda Meir.
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