Op-Ed: The Worst Man Ever To Win the Nobel Peace Prize

Op-Ed: The Worst Man Ever To Win the Nobel Peace Prize

In an op-ed from the Times of Israel titled ‘The Worst Man Ever to Win the Nobel Peace Prize’, journalist Jay Nordlinger expresses a passionate opinion about the darker back-story behind 1994’s Nobel Peace Prize, awarded jointly to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, and PLO leader Yasser Arafat. While the prize was given in recognition for the three leaders’ efforts to build peace through the ground-breaking negotiations of the Oslo Accords, the prize committee’s choice remained so controversial that one of its members resigned on the day the winners were announced.

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