On New Year’s Eve, tens of thousands of Egyptians held a ceremony in Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square to commemorat
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Muhammad Anwar al-Sadat was the third President of Egypt, serving from 15 October 1970 until his assassination by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981.
As president he led Egypt in the October War of 1973 to liberate Egyptian territory occupied by Israel. Afterwards he engaged in negotiations with Israel, culminating in the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty. This won him the Nobel Peace Prize but also generated considerable domestic opposition, especially among fundamentalist Muslim groups, that eventually led to his assassination.
While learning Arabic, you will learn more about the history of the Arab nations and their leaders. You will be able to explore the Arabic culture and politics through interactive Arabic lessons tutored by native Arabic-speaking teachers.
Arab Academy hosted 12 senior Arabic Language Teachers from the Ministry of Education in order to lay down a plan for the utilization of its Arabic programs at Public Schools in Egypt. The meetings were attended by senior officers from the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.
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