EGYPT: Additional Unrest
attacks yeeterday by Islamic fundax.^ntaliets onstations in the torn of Asyut suggest that Viaes government uillontinuing challenge 're-
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the attacks. The terrorists reportedly
Jicgroup that was linked to the assassins of President Sadat. Additional
'e been sent from Cairo to Asyut.
Asyutraditional center of fundamentalist strength and has often been the scene of Muslim-Coptic clashes in the past. Cairo and Alexandria remain calm, and Egyptian security forces are .nobillzing to prevent any outbreaks of violence in the capital during the f'jr.eral tomorrow.
The violence in Aeyut indicates that the regime has failed to neutralize the clandestine Islamic fringe,recent arrests of Takfir members. The government appears to have underestimated the strength of theopposition and additional terrorist attacks seem likely.
Nonetheless, there is no indication thathave gained extenaive popular backingundermined the loyalty of significant elementsmilitary. Although Libyan media continue to callpopular uprising against Moubarek, most Egyptianshave accepted the legitimacy of the newlargeat Ialamic organization, the Muslimhas decided toalt-and-aaethe Moubarek" "1
Saudi leaders, although saddened by Sadat's death, apparently will not send any official message of condo-lenceepresentative to the funeral.
ATTENDANCE AT THE SADAT FUNERAL
ThetJ Jignitunc* njmcil mi 'ji ig hejii (uncril delegation* includes
luTCig" Minwer Omilrga
f>cmii> Prime Miniatcr Anihony
Foreign Minuter Not tomb
Jo.ni Chicfi of Sufi Member Werner CirtarU
Vice Premier Ji
Prince Hcnrick Foreignn
iner Van Der Siorl
Crown Priaee Hi'aid Prime Minister Brundiltnd
Deputy Prime Minister Bu Sard
AuembJy Spate. General Earn SptJ.
Foreign Miniittr Pare* Uorc*
MiiiernnrJ Foreign Minuter Cheysson
Princeu Christina Prime Minuter Falkfin
Miniittr of Htirgiori Prawiniregara Israel
Prima Miiuin Begin
President Penini Foreign Minuter Colombo
IMHil Prion Charkti Lord Ci- i
Foreign Minuter Genscher
Riyadh will express its re-tivate channel!
V? United ^araga of the assassina-tion to brief factual statements except for one svmoa-
n^KlH,edlt?flal innglish-languacjablXth* "lava of the leadership, it credited Sadat with doing 'all that was humanly poasiblc
thac neby the US and