An extremist Iranian Islamist group announced it was working on a film about the 1981 assassination of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat entitled “34 Bullets for the Pharoah.” The documentary, produced by the “Committee for the Glorification of Martyrs for the World Islamic Movement,” is certain to further upset Cairo — with whom Tehran cut diplomatic ties after Sadat signed the 1979 Camp David peace accord with Israel. Agence France Presse reports.
AFP: Iran set to upset Egypt with ’34 Bullets for Pharoah’
AFP: Iran set to upset Egypt with '34 Bullets for Pharoah'
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