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The Israeli leaders and Jordanian King, co-recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize, sign a baseball.
Baseball signed: "Shimon Peres", "Y. Rabin" and "Hussein I." Official Rawlings American League baseball, Bobby Brown, President. On December 10, 1994, Peres, Rabin and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for the framework for Peace signed at the White House in 1993. Israeli Foreign Minister SHIMON PERES acted as Prime Minister from April 22 to June 21, 1977, between the ministries of Yitzhak Rabin and Menachem Begin, then served as Prime Minister (1984-1986) and Foreign Minister (1986-1988) in a coalition government with Yitzhak Shamir. Under Rabin, from 1992-1995, he was again Foreign Minister. When Prime Minister Rabin was assassinated on November 4, 1995, Peres succeeded him, serving until he was defeated by Benjamin Netanyahu on June 18, 1996. When Ariel Sharon became Prime Minister on March 7, 2001, Peres returned as Foreign Minister. General YITZHAK RABIN (1922-1995), Chief of Staff during the 1967 Six-Day War, was Prime Minister of Israel from June 3, 1974 to April 22, 1977 and July 13, 1992 to November 4, 1995, when he was assassinated by an Israeli as he was leaving a peace rally. The assassin, Jewish law student Yigal Amir, said in court that the assassination was meant to halt the Mideast peace process. HUSSEIN I BIN TALAL (1935-1999) was proclaimed King of Jordan on August 11, 1952 at the age of 16, but, because of his age, he was not enthroned until May 2, 1953. Hussein reigned until his death from lymphatic cancer on February 7, 1999. Four months earlier, in October 1998, he took time from his chemotherapy in the U.S. to join with President Clinton at the Wye River Plantation outside Washington, D.C. to help Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu come to a "land for peace" agreement that was signed October 23, 1998. Signatures of three key players in the quest for peace in the Middle East. Ink slightly "haloed" at Peres' signature. Minor bumps. Fine condition.

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Born: August 16, 1923 in Wiszniew, Poland (now Belarus)

Film Credits
2013 Matzav Ha'Uma (in person), 2012 The Price of Kings: Yasser Arafat (in person), 2012 The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres (in person), 2012 The Frost Interview (in person), 2011-2012 Piers Morgan Tonight (in person), 2010 Hannity (in person), 2010 Deutschland, deine Künstler (in person), 2009 Iran, une puissance dévoilée (Other), 2009 Amos Oz: The Nature of Dreams (in person), 2009 After the Cup: Sons of Sakhnin United (in person), 2008 Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story (Other), 2008 Weaponology (Other), 2008 Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh (in person), 2008 Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony (in person), 2007 Situation Critical (in person), 2007 Rabin-Peres: Everything Is Personal (Other), 2006 Tout le monde en parle (in person), 2006 The Andrew Marr Show (in person), 2006 Sabine Christiansen (in person), 2006 Mischak Machur (in person), 2006 Leila Khaled: Hijacker (Other), 2006 Hardball with Chris Matthews (in person), 2006 Face the Nation (in person), 2005 They Made History (in person), 2005 Eretz Nehederet (in person), 2004 The Other Side of Suez (in person), 2004 Peace One Day (in person), 2003 Willy Brandt - Eine Jahrhundertgestalt (in person), 2003 Israel's Secret Weapon (in person), 2003 History's Mysteries: Infamous Murders (Other), 2003 America Undercover (in person), 2002-2011 Los desayunos de TVE (in person), 2002 Breakfast with Frost (in person), 2001 Der Frieden und sein Preis - Das Vermächtnis des Alfred Nobel (in person), 2000 Operation Thunderbolt: Entebbe (in person), 2000 American Masters (in person), 1999 Yitzhak Rabin: Warrior/Peacemaker (in person), 1999 HARDtalk (in person), 1999 20 heures le journal (in person), 1996 Talking with David Frost (in person), 1995 7 sur 7 (in person), 1994-2012 Charlie Rose (in person), 1990 This Week (in person), 1977 Mivtsa Yonatan (in person)

Born: November 14, 1935 in Amman, Transjordan

Born: March 1, 1922 in Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine
Died: November 4, 1995 in Tel Aviv, Israel

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