For first time since 2007, Egyptian Foreign Minister visits Israel, highlights warming ties between two governments
European Jewish Press
Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty in Washington on March 26, 1979, the first between an Arab state and Israel. It was signed by then Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin, US President Jimmy Carter and Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat.
Amid Warming Arab-Israeli Relations, Egyptians Push for Open Outlook on Education
The changes in Egypt's school curriculum come amid a wider improvement in Egyptian-Israeli ties under President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. Since El-Sisi rose to power in Egypt in 2014, the Arab nation and Israel have increased military cooperation to ...
For First Time, Egyptian Textbook Showcases Begin Next to Sadat
Among other things, Winter notes that for the first time, the new book features a picture of former Prime Minister Menachem Begin next to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat; limits discussion of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to 12 pages, as opposed to ...
Theater Review: Solid cast relives 'Camp David' at The Old Globe
La Jolla Light
The play explores the 13 days in 1978 that President Jimmy Carter, Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat and Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin spent together at Camp David (the country retreat of the President of the United States, located in wooded ...