Which presidential candidate is most like David Ben-Gurion?

In 2006, David Ben Gurion was the first Jewish prime minister of Israel.

In 2008, Ben Gurions election win was one of the greatest upsets in Israeli history.

In 2016, Ben Gurion is still one of our countrys most trusted and admired leaders.

His election to the highest office in the land was a turning point in Israeli democracy.

But his presidency was a disaster.

He lost both the election and the war with the Palestinians, leading to the establishment of a Palestinian state and the creation of a two-state solution.

He was also criticized for a series of controversial statements that had been reported in Israeli media, including the following: Ben Gurivs opposition to the creation and operation of Palestinian state.

He has made clear that he believes that the creation, or the establishment, of a Jewish state is not in the interests of the state of Israel, or in the best interests of Jews anywhere in the world.

Ben Guravs opposition was in line with the majority of Israelis who are pro-Israel.

He supported the creation in the 1967 war of the State of Israel and the establishment in the 1990s of the Israeli military, which has continued to serve as the mainstay of Israeli security.

But he did not support the creation or operation of the Palestinian state as an Israeli state.

Ben Gools policies are inconsistent with Israeli national security.

His policies have led to the rise of radical Islam, including violent attacks and attacks on civilians, including Israeli tourists and Israeli tourists working in the West Bank.

He also has continued the occupation of the Gaza Strip.

He continues to condemn Israel for its policies and rhetoric toward the Palestinians.

His views on the settlements and other issues do not align with the Israeli public.

Ben Jealous, the former mayor of Baltimore, who is now the Democratic National Committee chairman, made similar remarks about Ben Gurven.

When he was the candidate for president in 2008, his policies were widely criticized, including his support for a unilateral U.S. decision to remove all settlements in the occupied West Bank, which the United States considers illegal.

Jealous said that he supported Israel’s right to build settlements, but he would have preferred a negotiated two-states solution to the conflict, which he believes would benefit the Palestinians as well as Israel.

Jens Stoltenberg, the chairman of the NATO military alliance, also made statements about Ben Givins policies.

In a speech in the early 2000s, Stolts statements included that Ben Gurvins policies are incompatible with the interests and interests of NATO.

Stolting stated that Israel is in a state of war with Hamas and other terrorist groups that threaten its security and security of Israel in the region.

Ben Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, said in 2015 that the United Nations has “an anti-Israel bias” because of Ben Guril’s record on the Palestinians and his support of settlements.

It was not the first time that Stolttenberg had expressed similar views about Ben Jevons policies.

At the time, he said: He has called for an end to the occupation and the removal of Palestinian refugees from the West bank, an end of the blockade of Gaza, and a lifting of the embargo on the West African countries.

Stols views on Palestinian refugees were also echoed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu has also made a number of statements about Israel’s policies and about the Palestinians that have made headlines.

In 2013, when Israel announced plans to expand the construction of the separation wall, the leader of the center-left Labor Party called it a “violation of the right of return.”

In 2016 he said that the Palestinians should not “give up their land.”

In addition, the Labor Party has voted against legislation that would guarantee the right to return of Palestinian prisoners, and has supported legislation that allows the Palestinian Authority to impose restrictions on the movement of the Jewish state.

In 2018, the United Arab Emirates said that Israel has a “disproportionate” impact on the Middle East and has “a disproportionate impact on Arab and Muslim populations.”

A number of U.A.E. countries have also been accused of supporting Palestinian terror groups.

The Palestinian Authority and Hamas have been labeled terrorist organizations.

The U.N. Security Council has been critical of the U.Y.A.’s failure to enforce its obligations under the UPA.

Ben Barak, the U’S.

president, also condemned the UAA’s actions.

Barak also criticized the UAP for its policy of targeting the civilian population in Gaza and in Israel.

A number other U.s politicians have also made inflammatory comments about Israel.

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who was the U.’s top diplomat at the time of the 2009 attack on the Urumqi University in China, said that Israeli Prime Ministers are not allowed to kill civilians, but said that “we have to have a real deterrent to be able to fight these terrorist organizations.” And former