Ben-Gurion


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Ben-Gurion

David, original name David Gruen. 1886--1973, Israeli socialist statesman, born in Poland; first prime minister of Israel (1948--53, 1955--63)
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As is the case with most leaders, Ben-Gurion did not leave office voluntarily, and I don't believe Netanyahu will either.
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A senior investigator told Israel Hayom that groups operating in Georgia and Israel worked together to smuggle people from the Black Sea-bordering nation through Ben-Gurion International Airport.
As a result, several of Weizmann's erstwhile supporters who opposed Ben-Gurion decided to cooperate with Silver.
The choice of residence and gravesite alike reflected Ben-Gurion's wish to inspire a new generation of Israeli youths to turn their backs on the comforts of urban living and take up the task of settling the Negev and "making the desert bloom." For Ben-Gurion, there was no contradiction between the assertion of the state's central role in the organization of Jewish national life--the principle of mamlakhtiyut (sovereigntism or statism), which he, more than any other of the late Yishuv's and early state's leaders, had been responsible for articulating and institutionalizing--and Israelis' continued commitment to personal engagement in the settlement and cultivation of the land.
The line runs through sections of land Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war near the Palestinian village of Beit Surik, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, and in the Latrun Valley, about midway between the holy city and Ben-Gurion airport.
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University (BGU) in Israel, has announced that RBC is investing CDN 2 million into research at the Cyber-Security Research Center of BGU, the company said.
Yet while ben-gurion, a veritable force of nature, barnstormed the United States and publicly addressed thousands Of Jews and non-Jews alike, he curiously confined most of his Jewish army exhortations to his diary and to private conversations.
BGN, the technology-transfer company of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), has collaborated with Singapore-based Ram Group to develop a minimally invasive diagnostic sensor for earlier detection and treatment of cancer and other diseases than is possible today.
Israel also reacted with restraint and only one armored brigade was dispatched to the southern border; while Prime Minister Ben-Gurion left for an extended trip abroad, stressing the fact that Israel was not taking the crisis seriously.
The other is that of the fictional Shealtiel Abravanel, Atalia's father, who opposed David Ben-Gurion's decision to declare the State of Israel's independence in 1948.