pictory: Egyptian President Sadat Opposes True Islam To IRI's "Khomeinism" (1979/1980)


pictory: Egyptian President Sadat Opposes True Islam To IRI's "Khomeinism" (1979/1980)
by Darius Kadivar

Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat (25 December 1918 - 6 October 1981) talking about Islam opposes it's values to those of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and what he calls "Khomeinism". 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.

Egyptian President Sadat talking about Islam & Khomeini of Iran:

Imam Khomeini Interviewed By Mike Wallace about Shah & Sadaat of Egypt:

Khomeini Demands Shah from the U.S. for Release of Hostages:

Yasser Arafat - PLO Leader hails the Islamic Revolution and is Triumphed by Iranian crowd and leaders of the Provisional government ( Bazargan, Ebrahim Yazdi amongst others) :

Shah of Iran greeted by Anwar Sadat of Egypt sealing his Fate in the eyes of Islamists (Report by Mike Wallace):

Sadat Assassination on 6 October 1981 ( English Report):

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Recommended Readings:

A Queen's Loyalty! by Darius KADIVAR

Recommended Book: 

Those I Have Known by Anwar Sadat  


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