A speech given by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat before the People's Assembly on 9 November 1977. … Sadat's visit to Israel is considered a landmark in the process leading to the 1978 Camp David Accords and the 1979 Israel-Egypt peace treaty.
A set of agreements signed at Camp David, MD, on 17 September 1978. The agreements were signed following Sadat's visit to Jerusalem and subsequent negotiations between Israel and Egypt. … Additionally, it called for the establishment of Palestinian self-government in the West Bank and Gaza Strip for a transitional period of five years, during which Egypt, Israel, Jordan and Palestinian representatives would negotiate “the resolution of the Palestinian problem in all its aspects.” Sadat and Begin were awarded the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize for the Accords.
A plan proposed by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on 28 December 1977, laying out principles for the establishment of Palestinian self-government in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. … The question of sovereignty over these territories would remain open, with Israel retaining its claims.
A speech made by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on 3 February 1971. To that end, he accepted the UN Secretary-General's appeal to extend the ceasefire which ended the War of Attrition, and called on Israel to redeploy its forces away from the Suez Canal, while Egypt would reopen it to international navigation. … This in turn will initiate the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 242 and the withdrawal of Israel back to pre-1967 lines.
A conference held on 4-17 September 1978 in Camp David, MD, with the purpose of promoting Israeli-Egyptian peace negotiations. … Sadat and Begin were awarded the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in reaching the Accords.
A speech given by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in front of the Israeli Knesset on 20 November 1977, a short while after expressing his willingness to travel to Israel and discuss peace in a speech before Egypt’s People’s Council.