History will remember Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat (25 December 1918 – 6 October 1981) as a man of Peace, a loyal friend to Iran’s Shah as well as a staunch foe to Khomeiny’s Islamic Fundamentalism. The Man of Peace was Assassinated by Fundamentalists On 6 October 1981.
Sadat the Man of Peace was Assassinated by Fundamentalists On 6 October 1981, during the annual victory parade held in Cairo to commemorate Egypt’s crossing of the Suez Canal. A fatwā approving the assassination had been obtained from Omar Abdel-Rahman, a cleric later convicted in the US for his role in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Shah of iran and Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat review iranian air force weaponry, 1970s:
Egyptian President Sadat talking about Islam & Khomeini of Iran:
Sadat Talking about Islam opposes it’s values to those of Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini and what he calls “Khomeinism”.
President Sadat about to receive American Diplomats 1980’s assisted by Hosni Mubarak:
Mubarak was to succeed to the Egyptian Raïs after the latter’s assassination during a military parade