Kneeling to Allah, Not to Leonid

March 1976
Time;3/29/1976, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p44
The article reports on the request of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat for military assistance with the U.S. which increased the angry protests in Israel. It highlights the end of the Soviet-Eqyptian relations since Moscow, Russia have failed to render military assistance to Egypt which was guaranteed in the peace treaty. It underlines the proposal of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to sell a package of six C-130 cargo planes to Egypt. It states that the military aid will be essential in the Sinai negotiations with Israel.


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