The Mideast War: Sadat: Egypt Has Restored Its Honor

Not since the death of Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1970 has the Arab world been so moved by eloquence and inspiration. Speaking last week to Egypt's People's Assembly, President Anwar Sadat talked of the country's aims in war and peace. Excerpts:

In the name of God, brothers and sisters: I do not think you expect me to stand in front of you so that we may boast together about what we have realized in eleven days—the most dangerous, magnificent and glorious days in our history. The day will come when we shall recount what each of us has done and how each...

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