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Yitzhak Rabin Quiz

Yitzhak Rabin Quiz Questions

1. When was Yitzhak Rabin’s first term as Prime Minister of Israel?
a) 1943-1948
b) 1950-1955
c) 1974-1977
d) 1969-1973

2. When was Yitzhak Rabin born?
a) 9 June 1911
b) 1 March 1922
c) 6 August 1914
d) 12 December 1919

3. Where was Yitzhak Rabin born?
a) Warsaw
b) Jerusalem
c) Moscow
d) Kiev

4. Which school did Yitzhak Rabin attend?
a) Kadourie Agricultural School
b) King Solomon School
c) Prophet Elijah School
d) Prince Jonathan School

5. What was Yitzhak Rabin during Six Day War in 1967?
a) Brigadier
b) Admiral
c) Chief of Staff
d) Defence Minister

6. Where was Yitzhak Rabin ambassador?
a) Syria
b) Libya
c) Jordan
d) USA

7. From where in 1976 did Israeli commandos rescue Israeli passengers in a hijacked French plane?
a) Cairo
b) Damascus
c) Entebbe
d) Amman

8. When did Yitzhak Rabin get Nobel Prize for Peace?
a) 1986
b) 1977
c) 1984
d) 1994

9. When did Yitzhak Rabin die?
a) 29 February 1980
b) 3 April 1986
c) 7 July 1999
d) 4 November 1995

10. Where did Yitzhak Rabin die?
a) Tel Aviv
b) Delhi
c) Ashdod
d) Jerusalem

Yitzhak Rabin Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When was Yitzhak Rabin’s first term as Prime Minister of Israel?
c) 1974-1977

2. When was Yitzhak Rabin born?
b) 1 March 1922

3. Where was Yitzhak Rabin born?
b) Jerusalem

4. Which school did Yitzhak Rabin attend?
a) Kadourie Agricultural School

5. What was Yitzhak Rabin during Six Day War in 1967?
c) Chief of Staff

6. Where was Yitzhak Rabin ambassador?
d) USA

7. From where in 1976 did Israeli commandos rescue Israeli passengers in a hijacked French plane?
c) Entebbe

8. When did Yitzhak Rabin get Nobel Prize for Peace?
d) 1994

9. When did Yitzhak Rabin die?
d) 4 November 1995

10. Where did Yitzhak Rabin die?
a) Tel Aviv

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