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The new play imagines the moment after famed Russian violinist Jascha Heifetz performed at a concert in pre-Israel Palestine in 1926. Legend has it that he had a conversation with Yehuda Sharett, composer and brother of future Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, which would inform an important ...
People flocked from all over the globe to see this performance, including Yehuda Sharett, composer and brother of future Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Legend has it that after the performance, Heifetz and Yehuda walked together and shared a remarkable conversation that resonated twenty years ...
'The play is about that meeting and, twenty years later, its resonances for an equally memorable encounter between Yehuda and his brother Moshe Sharett - one of Israel's founding fathers, its first foreign minister and second prime minister.' Recent Juilliard graduate Mariella Haubs, student of Catherine ...
Another minority view at the time was expressed by Moshe Sharett, a minister in the Ben-Gurion government (and the second prime minister of Israel), who wanted Jews to accept that "Arabs are not dogs but human beings." Others in this minority faction had even more forthright objections. Pinhas Lavon ...

Israeli foreign minister Moshe Sharett had in fact visited India during the Suez crisis in 1956 as Israeli armed forces pushed into Egypt after Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the canal. Nasser and India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru shared a good equation and were seen as ...
In the wake of the fighting, and the armistice agreements that concluded the war, about 156,000 Arabs remained within Israel (out of an estimated 700,000 before the war), accounting for 14 percent of the nascent states population. So it was with some justification that Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett stated ...
1950: India recognised Israel, but did not establish diplomatic relations. □ 1956: Israeli foreign minister Moshe Sharett visits India in the middle of the Suez crisis when Israeli armed forces pushed into Egypt after Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the canal. India was one of the mediators ...
So it was with some justification that Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett stated in a meeting of Mapai Knesset members and the party's senior leadership, on June 18, 1950, that "this is one of the fundamental questions of our policy and of the future of our country." He added that the issue was one "that will ...
Moshe Sharett, who later became prime minister, in 1950 protested a "wholesale policy of malice and neglect" and "totally unnecessary ways of cruelty that are causing us to desecrate the name of God in immeasurable ways." Pinchas Lavon was even more forceful. "The State of Israel cannot solve the ...
People flocked from all over the globe to see this performance, including Yehuda Sharett, composer and brother of future Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Legend has it that after the performance, Heifetz and Yehuda walked together and shared a remarkable conversation that resonated twenty years ...
... het Brits mandaatgebied in Palestina, was Moshe Sharett, verantwoordelijk voor Buitenlandse Zaken bij de Jewish Agency er niet gerust op.
In a letter dated 15 December 1947 to Moshe Sharett, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, he stated: "The [Palestinian] ...
The Moshe Sharett Heritage Society is not an easy place to find. The organization operates out of a small apartment in Tel Aviv that's crammed ...
It is actually Moshe Sharett (or Moshe Shertok at the time), Israel's first foreign minister and second prime minister. The stamp pictures him ...
Moshe Sharett was born in the Ukraine in 1894, and emigrated with his parents to Ottoman Palestine in 1906. Beginning in the 1930s, Sharett (then known as ...

October 15, 1894, is the birthdate of Moshe Sharett, Israel's long-serving first foreign minister and, following David Ben-Gurion, its second prime ...
... such as Moshe Shertok (aka Moshe Sharett, Israel's second Prime Minister) and Eliyahu Golomb (leader of the Zionist militia- Haganah).
The false starts to bilateral relations continued after 1955. The very next year the Israeli Foreign Minister (later Prime Minister) Moshe Sharett ...
It is, therefore, not surprising that none of the leading lights of Zionism, including Chaim Weizmann, David Ben-Gurion, or Moshe Sharett had ...
He also thought his successors, Moshe Sharett and Levi Eshkol, would endanger the nascent state's security. Golda Meir, Menachem Begin, ...
The Troika of the Zionist movement and the Jewish Agency consisted of Weizmann, Moshe Sharett and David Ben-Gurion, who welcomed the ...
The same Jewish leaders in Palestine who worked feverishly on rescue operations during World War II - David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett, ...
... to inform him that Truman's note had "embittered Israeli opinion" and that Premier David Ben Gurion and foreign Minister Moshe Sharett might ...
October 29 1956: Israeli foreign minister Moshe Sharett visits India in the middle of the Suez crisis. This was on 1956, when the Israeli armed ...
... Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Legend has it that after the performance, Heifetz and Yehuda walked together and shared a remarkable ...
Moshe Sharett was born in the Ukraine in 1894, and emigrated with his parents to Ottoman Palestine in 1906. Beginning in the 1930s, Sharett (then known as ...
... Israel's Premier David Ben Gurion and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett maintained that the Suez Canal blockade is automatically covered by the key clause in ...
Most of the speakers in the Knesset on that occasion attacked Moshe Sharett, the deputy prime minister at the time, for supporting their arrest.
Jakarta - Kunjungan Ketua Komisi Perempuan, Remaja, dan Keluarga Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) Istibsyaroh dan rombongan ke Israel jadi sorotan.
Setahun setelahnya, Januari 1950, Israel melalui Menteri Luar Negeri Moshe Sharett mengirim telegram kepada Wakil Presiden Mohammad Hatta berisi pengakuan atas kedaulatan Republik Indonesia.
Prime ministers such as Moshe Sharett and Levi Eshkol, presidents such as Chaim Weizmann and Itzhak Ben-Zvi, did no less for the state, but were not accorded an iota of the honors and accolades being lavished on the late minister of tourism.
One approach made to Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, for example, involved opening shipping routes to Israel and reducing the rate of violent incidents along the border between the two countries - provided Israel would support the evacuation of ...
Moshe Sharett lauded Pope Pius XII for his efforts to save Jews. Ard Vijn. Well, I don't know about the US or its liberal powers, but here in the Netherlands abuse by priests was pretty widespread and bad.
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett forbade him to go. I believe that a historic opportunity was lost. Israel did the opposite. Ben-Gurion's emissary to France was Shimon Peres.
It's a group that also includes Likud leaders Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Shamir; Ariel Sharon, who broke away from Likud; and early leaders of Peres' Labor Party - Levi Eshkol and Moshe Sharett. Although he spent nearly 40 years in politics, Peres was ...
She added: "Hecht hates the Germans, but even more he hates Mapai [the workers' Party of the Land of Israel] and the Jewish Agency; most particularly he hates [Chaim] Weizmann, Ben Gurion, and Moshe Sharett." Comparing Hecht's rampaging fury to ...
Shimon Peres, mantan perdana menteri dan presiden Israel, baru saja meninggal dunia. Peres adalah salah satu pemimpin Israel yang getol mengupayakan definitifnya hubungan Indonesia-Israel, meski selama ini sudah ada bisnis antara kedua negara ...
Former chief prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz addresses guests during the inauguration of the new information and documentation center 'Memorial Nuremberg Trials', in Nuremberg, southern Germany, on November 21, 2010.
He served in that role under Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, who briefly replaced Ben-Gurion, and continued after Ben-Gurion's return.
This "ascent" produced three future Israeli prime ministers (David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett and Levi Eshkol) and presidents (Hzhak Ben-Zvi and Zaman Shazar).
Weizmann's request was not part of the Allied negotiations with Germany, and in March 1951, Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett submitted a request to the Allies for $1.5 billion to be paid by the West German government. The amount was based on the ...
But as is widely understood, and as reflected in Israel's second prime minister Moshe Sharett's words, the absorption of a ""substantial Arab [Palestinian] population" is unwanted by Zionists.
1952: The Jerusalem Post reported that Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told reporters, while leaving for Luxembourg to sign the Israeli-German Reparation Agreement, "that without complacency I can say that this journey gives expression to the change ...
In one slide, for example, he superimposed an image of Shimon Peres over the outline of a black-hooded man wielding a Kalashnikov automatic rifle.
The minister at that time, Moshe Sharett, believed that it was wrong to hold on to his own private apartment, so he sold it and donated the money to several charitable associations.
The Foreign Minister of the time, Moshe Sharett, is recorded as saying the Israeli soldiers had behaved in ways "fit for savages"- a reference to their defecating in churches and looting icons.
Yesterday the New York Times ran a great piece of journalism on the political crisis in Israel. We have long complained on this site that the Times is hiding Israel's extremist intolerant face from its readers.
After Brand protested, the agency sent the far more senior Moshe Sharett, a future prime minister. When Brand told Sharett that 6 million Jews had already perished and that another 2 million would meet that fate unless the agency acted, Sharett ...


 

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