Levi Eshkol

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Levi Eshkol, 25 October 1895 – 26 February 1969, was Prime Minister of Israel from 26 June 1963 – 26 February 1969.

After David Ben-Gurion stepped down as Prime Minister, likely to buy time for the Israeli rogue Israeli Nuclear Weapons Program, Levi Eshkol then became Prime Minister in June, 1963. David Ben-Gurion had been receiving strong-worded letters from John F Kennedy demanding that Dimona Nuclear Site submit to nuclear inspections. Eshkol continued receiving letters from JFK to resume the conversation that JFK had started with Ben-Gurion about the inspections, only to play dumb and buy time for Israel to arrange the assignation of JFK in Dallas, which occurred on November 22, 1963.