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Against the wishes of her generals, Golda Meir gave the US Ambassador the assurance he wanted to hear because America had a monopoly of arms supply to Israel in the same way that Russia had a like monopoly to Israel's deadliest enemies.
Rabin, of course, immediately informed Prime Minister Golda Meir.
This includes a recording of his meeting with Golda Meir in the first half of 1973 -- a few months before the Yom Kippur War.
Golda Meir asked in her article why the Arabs did not establish a Palestinian state on a part [of Palestine], instead of Jordan annexing the West Bank and Egypt the Gaza Strip.
Irvine also reminded us of a comment by Golda Meir, who later became the country's prime minister:
On 7 March 1969, Israel elected its first female prime minister, Golda Meir, the "grand old woman of Israeli politics".
The chief nuclear understanding was reached at a summit between President Nixon and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir that began on Sept.
There is no official accounting of the deal, supposedly agreed in 1969 between Richard Nixon, then US president, and Golda Meir, the Israeli prime minister at the time.
An all star cast, including Eric Bana, Daniel Craig and Geoffrey Rush, play members of a covert hit squad assembled by Israel's Prime Minister Golda Meir to dole out reprisals against the Palestinians held responsible.
She would be Israel's first woman leader since Golda Meir in the 1970s.
Livni, 50, a former Mossad agent, would become the first female prime minister since Golda Meir in the 1970s.
Cecil Bloom's excellent article on the career of Golda Meir (Midstream, May/June 2008) mentioned the extraordinary contact between her and Mrs.