Along the history of the
Zionist regime of Israel’s crimes, regardless of all the Western
governments’ support behind the regime, the weakness of the Arab leaders
had a great role in turning the regime more serious and providing them
with the tools they needed to flourish their crimes in that regard.
Hence, if we consider the Egyptian Anwar Sadat as the founder of
compromise with the Zionist regime of Israel, we should consider Saudi
Arabia and its Fahad bin Abdulaziz plan as the follower of the cause and
one of the major agents behind the prevalent situations afflicting the
people of the occupied Palestinian land.
Since the beginning of the Islamic world’s campaign against the criminal Zionist regime of Israel, while the Islamic world was all rage and demonstration end to end, a great wave of dismay overtook the Islamic world as Arab governments and armies gave way to defeat on three occasions to the Zionist regime (from the year 1948 to the year 167). It was the time when the satanic motto that the Zionist regime of Israel is invincible was propagated. It was at that time that the Camp David accord was signed between the Egyptian government and the occupying regime of Israel_ of course mediated by the United States of America_ and a movement was formed that worked to propagate the mode of thought of détente with and compromise toward the Zionist regime of Israel. It was this movement that let go of the aim to annihilate the enemy to save the Islamic borders and put on agenda effort to pressurize the Israeli regime to reach the borders agreed upon in the accord. For this group, the conflict with the occupiers had diluted from campaign to annihilate the criminal Zionist regime of Israel to putting up with the regime in order to reach the borders announced in the agreement. Thus the cause to annihilate Israel was changed into limiting Israel.
The Camp David Accords were signed by Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on 17 September 1978, following twelve days of secret negotiations at Camp David. The two framework agreements were signed at the White House, and were witnessed by United States President Jimmy Carter.
It was at that time when the self-less regimes of the region adopted the policy to make détente with the criminal regime of Israel each in their own way. They offered plans each that created more opportunities for Israel to live on. In the meantime, then Saudi Arabian crown prince Fahad bin Abdulaziz on the 18th day of the Month of Mordad of the Iranian calendar year 1360 offered a plan which was in fact a complementary to the plan previously offered by the Egyptian Anwar Sadat and was another stamp of verification on the existence of the criminal Zionist regime of Israel. This plan in the first place called for the Israeli regime to back down from all occupied lands and in the second step to grant some rights to Palestinians. But the third aspect of this plan_ designed by the United States and Israel itself_ which contained some smart intention to legalize the existence of the criminal regime of Israel caused great protest across the Islamic world.
Under those conditions, Imam Khomeini’s objection found great place and impact. It was so because as the late leader pronounced his objection and Muslims from all over the world supported Imam Khomeini’s stance, many governments dismissed Fahad’s plan. In reaction to the plan, Imam Khomeini on the sixth day of the Month of Aban in the Iranian calendar year 1360 said during his speech:
"It is a duty upon us and any Muslim to refuse plans such as those of Sadat and Fahad. It is duty upon us to condemn such plans that do not benefit the poor. Today one of the most dangerous affairs is the Camp David plan and the plan by Fahad which strengthens Israel and its crimes. These plans create rift and open the way for Israel.”
The behavior of the occupying regime of Israel in the following years proved that the Israeli regime is not happy in any way to tolerate any objection to it and to back down from its unfounded claims. The ugliness of this behavior grew so much that in joint peace conferences and treaties among Arabs and Israel, the Zionist regime would count the only way as to annihilate the Palestinian people and adopt serious plan to prevent Palestinian refugees from going back to the occupied lands as best as it could. This is while today the criminal Zionist regime of Israel has turned into a covert ally for Arab leaders while the poor people of Palestine are still homeless.
On 6 October 1981 Sadat was assassinated by members of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. Anwar’s personal protection was infiltrated by 4 members of this organization who were hiding in a truck passing through the military parade with other military vehicles. As the truck approached the president, the leader of the belligerents—Lieutenant Khalid Islambouli—came out of the truck and threw three grenades towards the president; only one of the three exploded. The rest of the team opened fire with automatic assault rifles and struck President Sadat with 37 rounds. He was airlifted to a military hospital where, despite the efforts of 11 doctors and surgeons, he died just 2 hours after arriving.