Sadat’s family angered by sale of passport used for historic Israel trip
The family of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat has reportedly called on authorities to investigate the sale of his passport by a US-based auction house.
The Egyptian state-owned Al-Ahram paper quoted Sadat’s grandson Karim Sadat, who is currently serving as an MP, who called the sale “an insult that we, as a family and as representatives of the Egyptian people who loved the late president, will not accept.”
“It is our right to know how our heritage and the personal belongings of Egypt’s presidents have made their way there and are being sold. Why isn’t the state the one benefiting