David Ben Gurion

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Noun1.David 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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Netanyahu has led for 4,876 - one day more than Israel's first prime minister, David Ben Gurion. He secured his fifth term earlier this year but has called fresh elections after failing to form a government.
Chaim Weitzman called it a "Death sentence for the Jewish people." David Ben Gurion famously stated that Zionists "would fight the war as if there was no White Paper and fight the White Paper as if there was no war."
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The database, called Ktiv, Hebrew for "written word," is the culmination of a project conceived by Israel's founding prime minister David Ben Gurion. In 1950, Ben Gurion launched the initiative of ingathering Jewish texts scattered in libraries and collections around the world and bringing them to the fledgling state in the form of microfilms.
It was David Ben Gurion, the first prime minister of Israel, who convinced Schwimmer to go to Israel to start the Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) which became the major arms manufacturer for Israel's defense.
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David Ben Gurion said in 1947, "Let us not delude ourselves, we (Israelis) are the aggressors.
David Ben Gurion, the first prime minister of Israel publicly read the Declaration of Independence of Israel on May 14, 1948 and is known as Yom Ha'atzmaut.
Netanyahu addressed his cabinet of ministers at a special government session in the desert community of Sde Boker, marking 40 years since the death of David Ben Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, who is buried there.
Speaking of volunteers like my father, Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion poignantly observed, "The participation of men and women from other nations in our struggle cannot be measured only in terms of additional manpower, but as an expression of the solidarity of the Jewish people."
"The old will die and the young will forget," were the arrogant words of David Ben Gurion, the Jewish state's first leader.
navy ships to provide safe haven to important Zionist leaders, including David Ben Gurion.