What response did Sadat receive from other Arab nations to his decision to pursue peace initiatives with Israel?

Egypt was the only Arab nation with a peace treaty with Israel in 1979 until Jordan in 1994. Sadat received no support for the peace treaty. US President Jimmy Carter invited the two parties to hold talks in the USA. The other Arab nations in the Middle East considered negotiations with Israel as a betrayal to the Palestinian problem. As a result, Egypt was kicked out of the Arab League for nearly a decade. Essentially, Muslim countries in the area including Iran consider Israel as their primary enemy. Egyptian President Sadat, who came into office after the demise of Nassar, was assassinated during a military parade soon after the treaty was signed. The assassination of Sadat was a direct response to his treaty with Israel. The treaty however remains intact.