Egypt After Sadat - HOW PEACE WILL COME TO THE MIDDLE EAST
Gene H Hogberg
In giving his life, President Anwar Sadat of Egypt made his ultimate sacrifice for peace. Yet enemies cynically rejoiced at his death. Do peacemakers stand a chance in the strife-torn Middle East? Thankfully, one peacemaker will succeed. Nowhere in the world is peace more needed, yet so illusive, as in the Middle East. Nearly everywhere in this sad corner of the world there is strife and turmoil. Just look at the following "scorecard": Iraq and Iran are bogged down in a seemingly endless border conflict. Lebanon once called the Switzerland of the Middle East-has been ripped asunder by internecine fighting between its Moslem and Maronite Christian populations.
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