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May 05, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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unwavering hope — can
redeem her region.
This confidence is apparent
in Mrs. Sadat's openness.
Also apparent isthe fact that
her husband was the corner-
stone of her life. Constantly,
sherefers to him and his
work. These references, in-
terestingly, are not to"An-
war," or "Mr. President," but
invariably to "Sadat," to the
`deeds of Sadat," to "all I
learned from Sadat." It is
almost as if the man had not
been her husband, but some-
one whom she had respected,
deeply andintensely, from a
distance.
Her references to "Sadat"
may well be a way to distance
herself from the pain of his
assassination. She witnessed
the October 1981, murder
which occurred while her hus-
band was reviewing troops on
the eighth anniversary of
Egypt's crossing of the Suez
Canal at the start of the 1973
Yom Kippur War. As she
wrote in her 1987 best-seller,
A Woman of Egypt, the killing
shattered her. She and her
husband "were two partners
completing each other . . . We
understood each other com-
pletely. He was my strength.
I was his light . . . He saw me
as a fighter and was always
proud of me. Always his ex-
pectations are on my mind,
and when I feel I am going to
lose myself in grief or to be
weak, immediately I say to
myself: Don't belike that.
Sadat doesn't want you to be
that way. Anwar wants to see
you as strong as you always
were. Because of this image of
him I carry always, I have
conquered my difficulties.
Even with all that I have
seen."
For several years now, Mrs.
Sadat has been of two worlds,
the west and the Middle East.
Spending the better part of
each year in the United
States, she has been teaching
at the University of South
Carolina, Virginia's Radford
University, and Washington,
D.C.'s American University.
Although Mrs. Sadat's for-
mal education includes
master's and doctoral degrees
in Arabic literature, for the
last 16 months, she has been
a senior fellow at the Univer-
sity of Maryland's Center for
International Development
and Conflict Management, a
think-tank devoted to defus-
ing tensions caused by demo-
graphic changes, poverty,
malnutrition and regional
conflicts.
There, she has two main
responsibilities: Presenting a
series of lectures on such
topics as her husband's legacy
and on Arab women; and
helping to establish the An-

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