Difference between revisions of "Ehud Barak"

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[[Category:Israel|Barak, Ehud]][[Category:Spooks|Barak, Ehud]]
 

Revision as of 02:49, 21 December 2019

Person.png Ehud Barak  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(spook, politician, deep state operative)
BornEhud Brog
12 February 1942
Mishmar HaSharon, British Mandate of Palestine
Alma materHebrew University of Jerusalem, Stanford University
Children3
SpouseNava Cohen
PartyLabor Party,  Independence

Employment.png Prime Minister of Israel

In office
6 July 1999 - 7 March 2001
Preceded byBenjamin Netanyahu
Succeeded byAriel Sharon

Employment.png Israel/Defence Minister Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
18 June 2007 - 18 March 2013

Employment.png Israel/Defence Minister Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 July 1999 - 7 March 2001

Employment.png Israel/Minister of Foreign Affairs

In office
22 November 1995 - 18 June 1996
Preceded byYitzhak Shamir

Employment.png Chief of General Staff

In office
1 April 1991 - 1 January 1995

Employment.png Head of Aman

In office
1983 - 1985
Preceded byYehoshua Saguy

Ehud Barak was Prime Minister of Israel from May 1999 to March 2001. He has been leader of the Labor Party, Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister since June 2007.[1]

Head of Military Intelligence

Barak headed the IDF military intelligence branch Aman from April 1983 to January 1986.[2]

 

Related Quotation

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Nicole Junkermann“The chairman of the board of directors is Ehud Barak, the 10th Prime Minister of Israel, the 14th Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces, former Minister of Defense and former Head of Military Intelligence for Israel. Ehud Barak has had a long history as one of the more public faces of Israeli covert operations. Before he was Prime Minister, Ehud Barak was a big name in the IDF. (...) Another of Carbyne’s directors and board members is Brigadier Pinchas Buchris, the former Deputy Commander of an elite IDF operations unit and former Commander of the IDF 8200 Cyber Intelligence Unit. Amir Elichai is the Founder and CEO of Carbyne, he is also a former Israeli Army officer who served in various positions in the special elite forces and the intelligence corps. Alex Dizengof is Carbyne’s Co-Founder & CTO. He’s described as a Software Architect and Algorithms Developer. Dizengof had previously developed machine learning algorithms for robots and mobile platforms, as well as cyber security software for the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office. These people have always been serious Israeli State assets and it would be naive to think anything has changed. It seems that Nicole Junkermann has some serious partners, and it makes me wonder whether or not Jeffrey Epstein’s original meeting with the then recently graduated Junkermann was as a recruiter for the Mossad.”Nicole Junkermann
Johnny Vedmore
17 July 2019


References

  1. Ehud Barak: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense (Labor), Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs], accessed 31 July 2009.
  2. Ehud Barak: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense (Labor), Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs], accessed 31 July 2009.