Ben Gurion

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Israeli statesman (born in Poland) and active Zionist who organized resistance against the British after World War II

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Israeli officials slammed the cancellations as an overreaction that rewards Hamas, and Israel's own El Al airline continued flying in and out of Ben Gurion throughout the duration of the F's ban.
Thursday, August 29: Asa Ben Gurion v Wrexham FC 6.
Instead of talking about Egypt and her intentions, Ben Gurion ought to have dealt with Israel's intentions.
Ben Gurion would not necessarily doubt Um Mohammed's account.
But last year, Israel worked with airlines to prevent hundreds of activists from boarding planes bound for Ben Gurion, and detained and later deported others who managed to arrive.
In the Haaretz interview, the Israeli sources recognized that Turkish citizens traveling to Ben Gurion Airport have been isolated from other travelers and subjected to prolonged inspection.
HELD Mairead Corrigan Maguire AUTHORITIES Ben Gurion Airport
Peres, who worked for Ben Gurion in Israel's early days, met Sarkozy later Thursday to discuss efforts to resume Mideast peace talks.
CDATA[ President Peres and Paris Mayor Delanoe dedicated the new Ben Gurion Promenade in Paris, on the banks of the Seine, near the Eiffel Tower.
Ben Gurion ignored scientific evidence when it faulted the story of the Bible that recounted "the promise of the Land of Canaan to the seed of Abraham and Sarah.
The Israeli Air Force on August 25 transferred its Boeing 707 tanker/transport and Lockheed Martin C-130 tactical transport fleets from a facility adjacent to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion international airport to a newly built part of Nevatim air base in southern Israel.
Weiss said the team could not discuss details of its findings and noted that officials acknowledge that some of the procedures in place at Ben Gurion Airport -- considered to be one of the most secure in the world -- cannot be adapted to LAX.
Oral suction persists among a fraction of mohels, but it should be discouraged altogether, urge Benjamin Gesundheit of Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel, and his colleagues in the electronic version of the August Pediatrics.
In this very early disagreement with Ben Gurion, he manifested not only his intellectual integrity and his ability to bring his party leader to task, but he also displayed an incisive and penetrating understanding of the national character of the nascent Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine.
In 1951, when Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion sought to promote U.