By Heather Lehr Wagner
The 1978 Nobel Peace Prize used to be provided to Anwar Sadat, president of Egypt, and Menachem start, top minister of Israel, for his or her contributions to the Camp David Accords. This paintings describes each one laureate's upward thrust to strength and the demanding situations they confronted at the highway to turning into glossy peacemakers.
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Begin’s prominence as a Betar leader made him vulnerable to recognition, and he was soon denounced and arrested. He was released after a few days, and he and Aliza decided to travel to Vilna, in Lithuania, where they believed they would be safe. They arrived on October 28, 1939, and remained there for nearly a year, until Soviet forces annexed Lithuania, along with Latvia and Estonia. On September 1, 1940, one year after German troops invaded Poland, Begin was summoned to the town hall. He ignored the request, and soon afterward realized that his house was being watched and he was being followed.
They went from house to house, searching for Begin. A curfew was enacted, and many Jews were arrested. Begin hid in a secret panel installed in the ceiling of his bathroom for nearly three days while British soldiers searched his home. Begin escaped, and the IZL campaign against the British intensified. In mid-1947, the United Nations (UN) sent a delegation to Palestine to help determine how the unrest in that country could best be resolved. Several of the delegates met with Begin, and he was given the opportunity to explain to these international diplomats the aims of the IZL and the organization’s views on why Palestine should become a Jewish state.
27 Herut would remain an opposition party until 1977. Begin was comfortable in the minority and with the act of challenging the status quo. He was outspoken in his opinions of government decisions, one of which was over the proper response to events in Egypt. In 1955, Nasser had signed an arms deal with Czechoslovakia. The deal enabled Egypt to import Soviet arms and weapons via Czechoslovakia. Nasser made no attempt to dispute the evidence that these weapons would eventually be used against Israel.
Anwar Sadat And Menachem Begin (Modern Peacemakers) by Heather Lehr Wagner