Anwar Final - Yomna Bahnasy 200800461 Anwar El-Sadat Man of...

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Unformatted text preview: Yomna Bahnasy 200800461 Anwar El-Sadat Man of Peace and War A hero can be defined as a normal person who just had the courage and the strength to face difficulties and overwhelming obstacles. Besides, people consider him so, by what he had achieved. Everyone has his own perspective about heroes, some people believe they made something extraordinary. Others admire them because they are famous like movie stars or sports stars. Presidents can also be considered heroes. There are many characteristics that differentiate heroes from others. Anwar El-Sadat reflects some of them like courage, bravery and enthusiasm. He also made many achievements for his country and his people, upon which he took Noble Prize. When a president rule a country that is at war, the responsibilities on his shoulders become more and more difficult. As it is expected from him to provide safety and peace for his people. Being a hero means that he can devote his life to achieve what he believes in and to achieve his goals. Also he may sacrifice his life for the sake of his people. In the article, "Is a Hero Really Nothing But a Sandwich?" Ted Tollefson (1993) writes, "Heroes serve powers or principles larger than 1 Yomna Bahnasy 200800461 themselves." He explains that the principles of a hero are different than those of an...
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN 200500567 taught by Professor Ahmed during the Spring '10 term at Qatar University.

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