1. On October 6th 1981, Anwar Sadat was assassinated by Muslim fundamentalists.
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2. Anwar Sadat had a massive task undoing the poverty in Egypt that had existed there for many years.
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3. In 1977, Anwar Sadat announced to the Egyptian Parliament, that he was prepared to go anywhere to negotiate a peace settlement with the Israelis even to Israel itself—this was the so-called "Sadat Initiative".
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4. Anwar Sadat visited Israel in 1977 and made a speech in front of the Knesset about what he thought was the best way to bring about peace with them.
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9. Anwar Sadat met with US president Jimmy Carter in Washington and decided to approach Israel with a new offer of peace.
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13. Anwar Sadat gathered a large number of planes at various Egyptian airfields in preparation for this attack, but did not realize that Israel knew of the coming battle.
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16. Anwar Sadat dreamed of being a hero like Zahran, and possibly of securing Egypt's complete freedom from British rule.
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20. Anwar Sadat took part in the bloodless coup that deposed King Farouk.
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29. Anwar Sadat graduated from the academy in 1938 and was posted to Manqabad in Upper Egypt.
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31. Anwar Sadat was Egypt's president from 1970 until his assassination.
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32. Anwar Sadat went to Jerusalem and the US administration stood idly by.
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33. Anwar 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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35. On 6 October 1981, Anwar Sadat was assassinated during the annual victory parade held in Cairo to celebrate Egypt's crossing of the Suez Canal.
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36. In 1971, Anwar Sadat addressed the Iranian parliament in Tehran in fluent Persian, describing the 2,500-year-old historic connection between the two lands.
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39. Anwar Sadat was the President of the National Assembly and then vice president and member of the presidential council in 1964.
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41. Anwar Sadat was assigned to announce the news of the revolution to the Egyptian people over the radio networks.
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42. Anwar Sadat entered the army as a second lieutenant and was posted to Sudan.
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44. Anwar Sadat was born on 25 December 1918 in Mit Abu El Kom, Monufia, Egypt to a poor Nubian family, one of 13 brothers and sisters.
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45. Anwar 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.
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