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President Sadat of Egypt Visits Jerusalem

1977A

By Mac, 'The Daily Mail', January 13, 1977

The Palestinian suspected as the mastermind in the massacre of the Israeli atheletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics was intercepted by French police and let go.

1977B

By Auth, 'Time Magazine', January 24, 1977

Surrender at the Elysee

1977C

By David Levine

Menachem Begin became Prime Minister of Israel on May 17, 1977

1977D

By Graysmith, 'The San Francisco Chronicle', August 30, 1977

Seeds of Peace

1977E

By Le Pelley, 'The Christian Science Monitor', September 19, 1977

Waiting for admission to the Geneva Conference on the Middle East.

1977F

By Le Pelley, 'The Christian Science Monitor', September 20, 1977

Newspaper Headlines: "Dayan Shuttle a Mystery"

1977G

By Herblock,'The International Herald Tribune', September 26, 1977

1977H

By Jim Morin, 'The Richmond Times-Dispatch', November 13, 1977

The Geneva Conference was never to be reconvened. Result of the Sadat statement "that he is ready to come to Jerusalem to the Knesset". November 9, 1977

1977J

By Cummings, 'The Sunday Express', November 20, 1977

1977K

By Mac, 'The Daily Mail', November 21, 1977

1977L

By Giles, 'The Daily Express', November 21, 1977

1977I

By Aislin (alias Terry Mosher), The McCord Museum, November 22, 1977

On November 19, 1977, Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat became the first Arab leader to visit Israel. His dramatic trip stunned the world by extending a hand to Israel in his quest for peace.

1977M

By Hy Rosen, 'The Times-Union', November, 1977

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