Golda Meir


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Noun1.Golda Meir - Israeli statesman (born in Russia) (1898-1978)Golda Meir - Israeli statesman (born in Russia) (1898-1978)
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About six decades ago, Golda Meir put a great emphasis on the African continent in line with the interests of Israel.
1956 Golda Meir begins her term as Israel's foreign minister.
Of which country was Golda Meir prime minister from 1969 to 1974?
What they used to say of Golda Meir, and later of Margaret Thatcher, past prime ministers of Israel and the United Kingdom, respectively, we can say the same of Lourdes Mangaoang, with apologies for the graphic words: 'In a world dominated by powerful men, she was the one who had the balls...' And, we might add, perhaps ones made of steel, stronger than the one used to make the magnetic lifters.
It's a dream the Israelis have wanted to realize even since before former premier Golda Meir had the audacity to claim, "There is no Palestinian people."
Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir refused to give in to "blackmail of the worst kind" so the Germans began secretly planning an ambush at an airfield, to which the gang and their hostages had been flown by helicopter.
'Golda Meir considered the diplomatic professionals to be too polished, excessively inclined to understand diverse points of view and in some regrettable cases afflicted with analytical and intellectual habits that did not facilitate contact between them and her.
In 2005, Tovah Feldshuh broke the record for the longest-running one-woman show in Broadway's history with Golda's Balcony, a moving portrayal of Israel's former prime minister Golda Meir. It couldn't have happened to a more deserving diva: Feldshuh is among a handful of our greatest living stage actresses, and that she was honored for her embodiment of one of modern Jewish history's greatest leaders is fitting.
According to Monday's report, in the wake of the first Gulf War in the early 1990s, Israel felt that the unwritten understanding struck between President Richard Nixon and Prime Minister Golda Meir in the early 1970s to ensure Israel would never be compelled to denuclearize was insufficient.
Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel By Francine Klagsbrun New York: Schocken Books, 2017, 856 pp., $40.00, hardcover
Golda Meir, Israel's first and only female prime minister, has always provoked strong and gendered reactions.