Ayam El-Sadat (2001)
The melodramic history of an Egyptian president, whose life witnessed the 1973 war, the Jerusalem visit and camp David's peace treaty. Even his death was a legendary scene when fundamentalists shot him dead during the October Military parade.- Written by aktowfik
This film shows late Egyptian president Anwar El-Sadat from the days where he was a military officer being discharged for assassinating English associates during the English occupation on Egypt. We see Sadat as he joins the Egyptian revolutionists known as the 'Free Soldiers' and his relationship with young Jihan. We also view Sadat as he becomes the president of Egypt after the death of late president Gamal Abdel Nasser, and charging the Armed forces to retrieve the land of Sinai from the Israelis in the 1973 war. Sadat has struggled to clear Egypt from communists and to spread peace around the world, winning the Nobel prize in 1971. Till his unfortunate assassination in 1981, Sadat shook the world.- Written by Ali Nasser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The private and public life of Egyptian president Mohamed Anwar El-Sadat.- Written by Ali Nasser <email@example.com>
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