Shlomo Ben-Ami

Former Israeli Foreign Minister

Author of SCARS OF WAR, WOUNDS OF PEACE: THE ISRAELI-ARAB TRAGEDY and an Oxford-trained historian, Shlomo Ben-Ami had a distinguished career at the University of Tel Aviv before he was appointed Israel’s ambassador to Spain in 1987. He later became a member of the Knesset, Minister of Public Security, and finally Minister of Foreign Affairs. He has been a key participant in many Arab-Israeli peace conferences, most notably the Camp David summit in 2000.

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