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(1) You are the prime minister of Israel.. In your term, Israel is suffering the highest number of terrorism victims ever. On the one hand, you are the father of the settlements, a nickname you received because of your military experience and success in the wars (in which these areas were conquered), and you strongly oppose moving out of the Gaza strip. On the other hand, there is great pressure on you from the U.S.A and your personal advisor, Dov Weisglas, to carry out the plan. He tells you that if you do not follow his advice, you will step down from the political stage as an old and insignificant woman. Meanwhile, an investigation is held against you and is decreasing your support in the public. What do you do -

Continue opposing the Disengagement Plan. You never believed that giving Palestinians territory would lead to peace, if anything it would just bring them a little closer to commit more terrorist attacks. Maybe I would consider it if they stopped with the terror, but right now they especially dont deserve it. No way.

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Do you carry out the Disengagement Plan, believing that if so many important people are advising you to do it, it probably is the right thing. It will also take away some of the attention from the investigation against you and anyways, it does make sense when they explain it

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(2) Few leaders and public personalities push you, Prime Minister, to come to a decision that is against your ideals. In one hand it seems like the decision is the only solution for the problem and beside, unusual cases sometimes force us to act in a different ways and not by the way we use to. In the other hand to walk against your believe and against the people who chose you that is not something that you get for it a second chance. What would you do?

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(3) A big kidnapping had occurred and 200 of your citizens are now in a critical situation. The kidnappers demand a very high price for the hostages. In one hand you know that giving them what they want will consider a lost to bunch of terrorists and can encourage more kidnapping. In the other hand rescuing the hostages by a military operation can put them in more danger and can lead to diplomatic problems with the world. What would you, Prime Minister, do?

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(4) It is Yom Kippur and there are some who are saying that a war is coming. The intelligence is sending contradictory messages and you don't who is the reliable source. In one hand induction soldiers now, in the middle of Yom Kippur, will cause a big panic and will consider as an aggressive and arousal step (a step that the other side can use for his benefit by saying: "you started the war".) in the other hand, if a war will occur and there won't be enough soldiers the situation can get worse. What would you, Prime Minister, do?

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)5) You, Prime Minister, know that in order to get peace you will have to give back territory that your army had conquer and became a blooming place which a lot a families live right now. By doing that you know that afterwards you can secure others territories and make them bigger. In other hand to evacuate all the people whos already call this place "home" will be a painful act. What would you do?

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9th prime minister of the State of Israel- served from 1996-1999

Was Finance Minister of Israel until August 9, 2005, having resigned in protest at the Gaza Disengagement Plan advocated by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

Is currently the the official leader of the Opposition in the Knesset and Chairman of the Likud Party.

Does not support the concept of a future Palestinian state

During his time in Presidency:

Netanyahu turned over most of Hebron to Palestinian jurisdiction

emphasized a policy of "three no(s)": no withdrawal from Golan Heights, no discussion of the case of Jerusalem, no negotiations under any preconditions



Ariel Sharon

served as Israels Prime Minister from 2001 until 2006, though he was unable to carry out his duties after suffering a stroke on 4 January 2006. At that time, Sharon fell into a coma and is now in a persistent vegetative state.

Has a strong and rich military background that includes service in the Hagana, the Yom Kippur War and the Six Day War.

o Achieved the rank of Aluf (Major General)

During his term as Prime Minister:

o Sharon's policies caused a rift within the Likud Party, and he ultimately left Likud to form a new party called Kadima. Kadima won the most Knesset seats in the 2006 elections, and is now the senior coalition partner in the Israeli government.

o He controversially carried out the Disengagement Plan in August 2005, expelling 9,480 Jewish settlers from 21 settlements in Gaza and four settlements in the northern West Bank.

David Ben-Gurion

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Was the 1st Prime Minister of the State of Israel, serving from 1948 until 1963, (except for nearly 2 years in between, 1954-1955)

Was the head of the Jewish Agency, and therefore was the unofficial leader of the Israel's Jews even before the state was declared.

During his time in Presidency:

Ben Gurion led Israel through the War of Independence.

He supervised projects aimed at the rapid development of the country and its population: Operation Magic Carpet, the airlift of Jews from Arab countries, the construction of the National Water Carrier, rural development projects and the establishment of new towns and cities.

o In particular, he called for pioneering settlement in outlying areas, especially in the Negev.

During the Sinai War in 1956, Ben Gurion collaborated with France and Britain and gained control of Sinai and the Suez Canal.

Ben-Gurion retired from politics in 1970 and spent his last years living in a modest home on the kibbutz..

Yitzhak Rabin

Was the fifth Prime Minister of Israel, serving two terms in office, 19741977 and 1992 until his assassination in 1995.

During his time in presidency:

Rabin sent the IDF on a Operation Entebbe, a hostage-rescue mission. The operation was a big success and 236 out of 240 hostages were released. In the western world the operation received great compliments.

Rabin and his government improved the economic state and the unemployment level got very low.

Rabin signed a peace agreement with Jordan during his second term.

Rabin signed the Oslo Accords with the Palestinian National Authority chairman, Yasser Arafat, an Arrangement between the Israeli government and the Palestinian in order to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Golda Meir

Was the fourth prime minister of the State of Israel and the first female Prime Minister.

During her time in presidency:

Meir decided to let Jews settling in Judea area near Hebron. As a result the Yeshuv Kiryat Arba was built.

After Munich massacre in summer 1972, Meir instructed to go out into several operations in which the Mossad killed the terrorists that planned the massacare.

Meir had a big role in bringing the Russian Jews from the Soviet Union, who refused to let them out until the beginning of the 70's. The Aliya from the Soviet Union helped to increase the Israeli population.

Meir led Israel in Yom Kippur War. Although lots of failure were found after the war, researches show that Meir act with self-controlled and could make critical decision in a very stressful times. Two of her decisions that had a good influence on the war were to induction soldiers on Yom Kippur, despite the Chief of General Staff recommend, and not using a nuclear weapon even though they had

Menachem Begin

Was the 6th Prime Minister of the state of Israel  served from 1977-1983.

Before the establishment of the state, he was the leader of the Irgun, playing a central role in Jewish resistance to the British Mandate of Palestine. Until he became the Prime Minister he served as the head of the opposition.

During his time in Presidency:

Begin signed a peace agreement with Egypt. In order to have peace with Israel gave back Sinai Peninsula to Egyot and evacuated all the Israeli Yeshuvim.

Begin initiated a project called "Shikum Shchunot" in which 160 distressed neighborhoods were rehabilitated. The project focused on repairing the buildings and impriving the health and education institution.

Begin encourage to establish Israeli settlement all around "Judea and Samaria"



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