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Anwar El Sadat, Menachem Begin

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1978 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Anwar El Sadat, Menachem Begin News

Yes, Gaza's Palestinians are suffering from an occupation, but Hamas is the ...
Fox News (blog)
The Abdel Fattah al-Sisi regime has firmly cracked down on Hamas' elder relative, the Muslim Brotherhood, after ousting Mohammed Morsi, one of its leaders, from the presidency last year. Egypt has outlawed the Brotherhood altogether and sentenced more ...

1978 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Anwar El Sadat, Menachem Begin News

The POSTman Knocks Twice: Separate, intertwined and united
Jerusalem Post
Menachem Begin did not join the Arab League, I wrote in my last column, nor did Anwar Sadat take out membership in the World Zionist Organization. The balance of deterrence and terrible bloodletting led Sadat to say “No more war. No more bloodshed.”

1978 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Anwar El Sadat, Menachem Begin News

Gaza Conflict Is Just the Latest Round in a Long War
New York Times
In 1978, Menachem Begin, then the Israeli prime minister, offered Gaza to Anwar el-Sadat, then the Egyptian president, at Camp David; Mr. Sadat wanted no part of Gaza and its refugees. Neither, finally, did another Israeli prime minister, Ariel Sharon ...

1978 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Anwar El Sadat, Menachem Begin News

Yom Kippur War provides valuable lessons on coping with crises
St. Louis Jewish Light (blog)
U.S. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger was able to negotiate separate disengagement and cease-fire agreements between Israel and its Arab adversaries, and the ground was set for Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to claim that he had set right the ...

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