Menachem Begin

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Israeli statesman (born in Russia) who (as prime minister of Israel) negotiated a peace treaty with Anwar Sadat (then the president of Egypt) (1913-1992)


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Since Sadat and then-Israeli Prime Minister Menachim Begin signed the peace agreement at Camp David in 1979, political ties between the countries have never been fully normalized.
Israel Music Institute, 55 Menachim Begin Road, IL-67138 Tel Aviv, Israel.
However, can Menachim Begin proclaiming that Yasser 'Arafat is "a beast with hair", or Yitzak Shamir pronouncing that Arabs are a "plague of locusts", be regarded as any less publicly anti-Semitic?
Center, Samaria, Israel; Menachim Begin Institute for the Study of Underground and Resistance Movements, Bar-Ilan U.) examines the Mojahedin Khalq Organization, the main opposition movement lead by Maryam Rajavi.
Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, has not visited Israel since he came to power in 1981 after the assassination of Anwar Sadat, who had signed the Camp David accord with Menachim Begin, the then prime minister of Israel.
It was a scene of chaos on Jerusalem's busy Menachim Begin Highway in the moments after police said the Palestinian driver of a large construction vehicle smashed the front-end loader into a police car and a bus.
Ex-Israeli prime minister Menachim Begin, in a speech to the Knesset in 1982, described Palestinians as "beasts walking on two legs".
He is a historic figure, we are told, involved in the groundbreaking Camp David Peace Agreement between Egypt's President Anwar Sadat and Israel's Prime Minister Menachim Begin.
Maoz claims that this ultimately disastrous operation occurred because of Ariel Sharon's manipulation of Prime Minister Menachim Begin's cabinet to accept the Israeli Lebanon incursion as a part of a greater effort to perpetuate Israeli control of the occupied territories and to destroy the PLO, despite that organization's relative restraint on the Lebanese border.
The underground organization was known as the Irgun Zvai Leumi (Hebrew for National Military Organization) and was headed by Israel's late Prime Minister Menachim Begin.
Khairy Janbek A telephone call from Camp David by the late prime minister of Israel, Menachim Begin, to Mr Sharon, one of the main architects of Israeli colonization in Arab occupied lands which came to be known as settlements, informed the latter that the price of peace with Egypt would be to remove the colonists from Sinai.
(21) Likud efforts to establish and strengthen ties with American evangelicals were inaugurated with Menachim Begin's well-documented relationship with Jerry Falwell.
The new realities, i.e., the ever-growing illegal Jewish settlements on the West Bank, now become part of Greater Israel, as in 1967 former Prime Minister Menachim Begin had intended they would.