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Yitzhak Shamir

was the seventh Prime Minister of Israel from 1983 to 1984 and again from 1986 to 1992. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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A New Peace Paradigm
2014-06-04
And Secretary of State James Baker used it to overcome the recalcitrance of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir during the 1991 Madrid Peace Conference . If the United States cannot provide this today, it must relinquish its monopoly on international ...
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    A New Peace Paradigm
    2014-06-04
    And Secretary of State James Baker used it to overcome the recalcitrance of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir during the 1991 Madrid Peace Conference . If the United States cannot provide this today, it must relinquish its monopoly on international ...
    (Prague Post)

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      Former Israel PM gets 6 years for bribery
      2014-05-13
      From 1988 to 1990 Olmert served as a minister-without-portfolio for minority issues in Yitzhak Shamir's national unity government. Olmert was health minister in the Likud government that followed and held that position for two years. In 1993, Olmert ...
      (Al Jazeera America)

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        US insists on defending apartheid regime
        2014-05-10
        Little has changed since former Zionist Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, when confronted by Ariel Sharon in May 1989 over the former's apparent willingness to negotiate openly with the PLO, angrily retorted, “We shall not give the Arabs one inch of our ...
        (Press TV)
        1. Abbas aide backs Peres account on deal stymied by Netanyahu
        2. Peres says Netanyahu 'stopped' peace talks in 2011

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        Peace and Palestinians behind Israel's prison bars
        2014-03-23
        Remember Yitzhak Shamir's machinations around which Palestinians could come to the Madrid Conference? How about Yasser Arafat's on-stage fit over the Oslo II maps in 1994? In 2000, President Clinton promised Arafat he wouldn't blame him if the Camp ...
        (Haaretz)
        1. USA's Israeli-Inspired New World Disorder By Jamal Kanj

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        USA's Israeli-inspired new world disorder
        2014-03-19
        In June 1992, a year after the start of the Madrid peace talks, the then departing Israeli prime minister, Yitzhak Shamir, revealed to an Israeli newspaper that he would have kept negotiating “for 10 years and in the meantime we would have reached half ...
        (Redress Information & Analysis)

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          Book Review: 'Menachem Begin' by Daniel Gordis
          2014-03-07
          But Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, Ben-Gurion's successor, Levi Eshkol, and Begin's successor, Yitzhak Shamir, were raised in similar homes—and while Begin, unlike them, continued irregularly to attend synagogue and partake in ...
          (Wall Street Journal)

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            Finance Minister Yair Lapid Bottoms Out Public Approval Poll
            2014-03-01
            Energy and Water Minister Silvan Shalom (Likud) is the eleventh-most approved Israeli minister, at 46.6%, with Agriculture Minister Yair Shamir (Yisrael Beytenu) twelfth and Health Minister Yael German (Meretz) thirteenth. Further down the list ...
            (Arutz Sheva)
            1. Lapid last among ministers in public approval poll
            2. Poll: Lapid least popular minister, Ya'alon most popular

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            Former PM Yitzhak Shamir's son: 'Not enough space' for Palestinian state
            2014-02-28
            Credit: Wikimedia Commons. (JNS.org) Israeli Agriculture Minister Yair Shamir, the son of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, said in an interview published Friday by Israel Hayom that there is “not enough space” for the establishment of a ...
            (JNS.org)

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