Leading entrepreneurs, academics describe Shimon Peres as prophet of Israel as a technological superpower.
The late president never knew the joy of a clean, complete political victory that would allow him to actualize his vision; as long as he lived and breathed politics, he was rejected by the Israeli public. In his passing, Peres has finally been granted the esteem and gratitude he always craved.
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Security & Aviation
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