from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Dayan, Moshe 1915-1981. Israeli military leader and politician who directed the 1956 Sinai campaign and the 1967 Six-Day War.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A judge. See beth-din.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. Israeli general and statesman (1915-1981)
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Gary Guanuna recalls Dayan pushing him to attend her after-school tutoring even though the daily sessions conflicted with his work schedule at a local pizza place.
And no worse than your cherry-picking comments such as Dayan's without also offering the context which would put your argument in a different light. alanadale
Chomsky is surely right to perceive and condemn the vulgar Jewish nationalism which became an element of Israeli foreign policy after the 1967 war — the swaggering Sabra mythology that was promoted by figures such as Dayan or the writer Moshe Shamir and that served to reinforce a callous disregard by many Israelis for the civil rights of Israeli Arabs or for Palestinian national aspirations.
Still, recalling Dayan’s observations, I think there are three main reasons why the similarities are more important.
David Dayan Fisher arrested for battery over pool-towel altercation
NCIS' David Dayan Fisher has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge in his choking case, TMZ reports.
"The solution of destroying settlements isn't humanitarian and is disproportionate," said Danny Dayan, chairman of the umbrella settlers group, the Yesha Council.
Moshe Dayan had big doubts about what should be played out in 1973.
And I read somewhere that Dayan gave the order to be ready with them the nukes.
Her latest obsession is the Jewish military leader, Moshe Dayan.
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