Peres still hopes to “see ... peace come to this dismal and wonderful ... part of the world.”
In addition to that accusation, Peres was for a long time viewed as a politician interested only in furthering his own position.
Dan Ephron says that Peres is the latest—and most high-profile—to come out publicly against the hawkish government.
The backstory of the bromance between Peres and Netanyahu is a complicated one.
Peres subsequently used that self-same argument to join every government that would have him.
He remembers overhearing Peres ask his wife on the phone that day what she was cooking.
She leaves legacies to her “servants” numbering, about one hundred and forty, and among whom are several knights and “Peres.”
The Peres and nobles, with the chief gouernour, standeth asPlato.
Les saints Peres la condamnent dans leurs crits; Ils la regardent comme un reste du paganisme, & Comme une cole d'impuret.
The Hebrew word is "Peres," a term which only occurs twice when signifying a species of bird; namely, in Lev.
divided, one of the mysterious words "written over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall" of king Belshazzar's palace (Dan. 5:28). (See MENE.)