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Israel: First in War, First in Peace

Moshe Dayan: 1915-1981 "My policies often change, sometimes radically. But so do circumstances. I like to think of myself as one of those people who adapt...

The World: The Minister and His Mystery Trip

Dayan gets a message from an Arab leader DAYAN SHUTTLE A MYSTERY, cried London's Daily Telegraph. Le Monde speculated on LES MYSTÉRIEUX DÉ-PLACEMENTS DE M...

ISRAEL: Begin's Surprise Maneuver

Two more political bombshells dropped on Israel last week, leaving citizens of the Jewish state as perplexed as they have ever been about the future of their...

ISRAEL: The Person Behind the Patch

I love, I love without shame . . . I love to keep my hands in my pocket And I love to crack sunflower seeds, To walk the road in sandals in summer And in...

Middle East: Moshe the Mild

Only three months ago, Defense Minister Moshe Dayan seemed the hardest of Israel's hardliners. Angered by Egypt's movement of missiles along the Suez Canal...

Israel: Pairing Off the Generals

Israeli Premier Levi Eshkol and his Arab counterparts have one thing in common: they all find Defense Minister Moshe Dayan hard to handle. The eye-patched...

World: Reassuring Some Friends

Goal of a Middle East tour The seemingly endless turmoil in Iran overshadowed a coming event that is also crucial to U.S. interests in the Middle East. Next week...

Books: 100 Hours

DIARY OF THE SINAI CAMPAIGN by Major General Moshe Dayan. 236 pages. Harper & Row. $5.95. One day, one-eyed Moshe Dayan's gravestone will read THE HELL YOU...

The World: On the Hustings with Moshe Dayan

It had all the trappings of an American political campaign trip: advance men running around with clipboards; overly efficient volunteers bossing one another and...

Determined to Persevere

Determined to Persevere Sadat wins U.S. support; Dayan follows with a challenge It was like a game. Just as Egypt's President Anwar Sadat was completing his...

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