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Barak

(ˈbærək)
n
(Biography) Ehud (ɛˈhʊd). born 1942, Israeli politician, prime minister (1999–2001); left the Labour Party (2011) to form the breakaway party Independence

Ba•rak

(bəˈrɑk)
n.
Ehud (Ehud Brog), born 1942, prime minister of Israel since 1999.
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Deborah, the prophetess, told Barak to take ten thousand men and sally forth against another King Jabin who had been doing something.
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The conduct and remarks of former Defense Minister Ehud Barak are unsurprising, former Cabinet Secretary Oved Yehezkel stated in a special Arutz Sheva interview on Monday night - noting that the leaked recordings about sensitive security issues are part of the frankness prevalent in Israeli culture.
Uzbekistan blocked access of Barak villagers to Kyrgyzstan and settlements of Uzbekistan after the recent Kyrgyz-Uzbek border incident, representative of local administration Sooronbai Joldoshev said on January 23.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta discussed with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak the situation in Syria and the Iranian nuclear file.
TEL AVyV (CyHAN)- Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced on Monday he was leaving politics and would not run in January general elections.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced Monday he will bow out of politics and give up his post when a new government is formed after elections in January.
Summary: Jerusalem: Israel's Defence Minister Ehud Barak on Monday announced he was quitting political life after .
26 (Xinhua-ANI): Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced Monday morning that he will quit politics after the Jan.
The documentary also said Meir Dagan, then heading the Mossad spy agency, accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak of acting illegally by not seeking formal approval from the Security Cabinet, made up of about half the cabinet ministers.
For years now, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have been allies against Iran, pursuing the same policy although the first is the leader of the far-right party Likud, and the second the leader of the Labor party, which is supposed to be in the center.
Israeli defence minister Ehud Barak has proposed a plan for a unilateral withdrawal from a large part of the West Bank saying Israel, "must take practical steps to start a separation," if peace talks with the Palestinians continue to be stalled, according to AP.