Ben Gurion

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Ben Gur·i·on

 (bĕn go͝or′ē-ən), David Originally David Grün. 1886-1973.
Polish-born Israeli political leader. Active in the Zionist movement, he founded the Mapai Party in 1930 and organized the resistance against the British after World War II. Upon Israel's independence, he became prime minister (1948-1953 and 1955-1963).
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Noun1.Ben Gurion - Israeli statesman (born in Poland) and active Zionist who organized resistance against the British after World War II; prime minister of Israel (1886-1973)
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Ben Gurion referenced my own family's village - Beit Daras - which witnessed three battles and a massacre.
Hundreds of activists mainly from European countries are expected to try to fly into Ben Gurion airport, near Tel Aviv, with the goal of travelling to the Palestinian West Bank.
Israeli sources see these Turkish procedures as an answer to similar procedures done to Turkish passengers earlier that day at Ben Gurion Airport, in which they returned to their country.
The exclusion seems odd especially since flights out of Egypt to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion National Airport are very popular.
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Summary: PARIS: Pro-Palestinian protesters hurled hostile slogans at Israeli President Shimon Peres on a Paris quay Thursday as they protested the unveiling of a plaque renaming an embankment along the Seine River after Israel's founding father, David Ben Gurion.