Anwar el-Sadat

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Egyptian statesman who (as president of Egypt) negotiated a peace treaty with Menachem Begin (then prime minister of Israel) (1918-1981)

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Mubarak's predecessor, President Anwar Al Sadat, was assassinated by an Egyptian Islamic militant in October 1981.
Al Abnoudi had strained relations with Anwar Al Sadat, who succeeded Nasser in power until 1981.
The emergency law was legislated in the 1958 during the era of former president Gamal Abdel Nasser, before being suspended for 18 months by former president Anwar Al Sadat and later reinstated by former president Hosni Mubarak.
Both President Anwar Al Sadat of Egypt, and the Israeli Prime Minister, Menachem Begin, described the ceremony as an "historic turning point".
The shutdown has deprived commuters using this main station, named after late Egyptian president Anwar Al Sadat, to switch between the subway's two lines.
Al-Shobaki added, "Jihad as an organization ended in the late 90s after a long confrontation with the state and they lost this confrontation C* they are an organization that calls for change through violence and armed resistance and were behind the assassination of former president Anwar Al Sadat.
The NDP, founded in late 1970s by late president Anwar Al sadat, dominated Egypt's politics for more than three decades.
Al-Shobaki added, "Jihad as an organization ended in the late 90s after a long confrontation with the state and they lost this confrontation eC* they are an organization that calls for change through violence and armed resistance and were behind the assassination of former president Anwar Al Sadat.
The party was created by Nasser's successor, Anwar Al Sadat, who was assassinated in 1981.
Advocating his legacy as a long-time president, Mubarak said he had re-established Egypt's ties with the Arab countries severed under his predecessor Anwar Al Sadat and achieved the highest economic growth in the country's history.
He died in 1970 and was succeeded by Vice-President Mohamed Anwar Al Sadat.
In June 1974, then Egyptian President Anwar Al Sadat re-opened the canal for navigation and since then it has experienced several upgrades, making it a key foreign currency earner for Egypt.