Contributor Archives: Ephraim Sneh

About Ephraim Sneh

Dr. Ephraim Sneh, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister, served as a career officer in the IDF until 1987, reaching the rank of Brigadier-General. He has held a variety of important positions in the army, including Commander of the Medical Teams during the Entebbe Rescue Operation in 1976, Chief Medical Officer of the IDF Paratroops and Infantry Corps, Commander of the Security Zone in South Lebanon in the early 1980's and Head of Israel’s Civil Administration for the West Bank from 1985 to 1987. A Member of Knesset from Israel's Labor Party, Ephraim Sneh was first elected to Knesset in 1992 and has served as a member of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee and has held various cabinet posts, including Minister of Health and of Transportation.

Checklist for a Peace Pact

Washington Post, Opinion August 20, 2007 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/08/19/AR2007081901109.html If the Middle East peace conference proposed by President Bush succeeds, it will be hailed as a milestone. If it fails, it will bring about increased despair and cynicism and mark the gravestone …

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Israel after Lebanon : A Talk with Ephraim Sneh

Ephraim Sneh served as a career officer in the IDF until 1987, reaching the rank of Brigadier-General. He has held a variety of important positions in the army, including Commander of the Medical Teams during the Entebbe Rescue Operation in …

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Aftermath of the Lebanon War: A Q&A with Brigadier-General (ret.) and MK Ephraim Sneh

Brigadier-General (Ret.) and Member of Knesset Ephraim Sneh has held a number of important positions in the army, including Commander of the Medical Teams during the famous Entebbe Rescue Operation and Commander of the Security Zone in southern Lebanon during …

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