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worked to overthrow the taliban before becoming president of afghanistan in 2004. As president he faced enormous political and economic challenges Hamid Karzai
President of Israel. Strong supporter of peace through economic cooperation, opposed to talks with the PLO he distanced himself from settlers and of a need for territorial compromise, started moving closer to support talks with the PLO. Very closely assoc Shimon Peres
chairman of the PLO Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)
sixth president of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mahmoud Amadinejad
king of Saudi Arabia King Abdallah bin Abd al-aziz Al Saud
king of Jordan; Palestinian Arabs, and neighboring arab states finally pressured him in an “all-arab military intervention” against the newly created state of Israel King Abdallah 2 bin al-Hussein
founded Herat movement, together with his colleages, and headed the party’s list of candidates for the knesset. Head of the Likud bloc party Menachem Begin
current Prime minister of Israel, opposed Oslo accords, advocated economic peace Binyamin “Bibi” Netanyahu
Palestinian prime minister, joined hamas, opposed the Oslo accords Ismail Haniya
Hamas leader; post-poned talks on a united government Khaled Mash’al (Meshaal)
fought in 1948 war against the newly formed Israel, held a revolt against royal family of Egypt Gamel Abdel Nasser
Third president of Egypt;a close confidant of president Gamel Abdul Nasser, whom he succeeded as president;as president he led Egypt in the October war to re-acquire Egyptian territory lost to Israel in the 1967 Six-Day war, making him a hero in Egypt and Anwar Sadat
chairman of PLO; president of PNA; leader of Fatah political party which he founded; platelet disorder;received Nobel Peace Prize together with Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres for the negotiations at oslo; during this time, Hamas and other militant organiz Yassir Arafat
was an Ashkenazi Jewish Austro-Hungarian journalist and the father of modern political Zionism and in effect the State of Israel Theodore Herzl
founder of Kadima; visited Temple Mount, and the reason for the start of the second Intifada; was a commander in the Israeli army; after retiring for the army joined the Likud party; became leader of the Likud; was Israel’s Prime minister; was personally Ariel Sharon
fifth prime minister of Israel;signed oslo accords; during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war Rabin directed Israeli operations in Jerusalem and fought the Egyptian army in the Negev; “Force, Might and Beatings”; demolished homes; arrested ten of thousands of peop Yitzhak Rabin
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