Moshe Arad

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Moshe Arad (b. in Romania on August 15, 1934)[1] is the former ambassador from Israel to Mexico (1983-1987) and the former ambassador from Israel to the United States (1987-1990) .[2] He emigrated to Israel in 1950.

While Israel's Ambassador to the United States, he accused the group Al-Haq of being a front for Yasser Arafat’s PLO and stated that "most of its members are supporters of Fatah and other members of the PLO terrorist organization."[3]

Arad currently serves on the board of the Israel Council on Foreign Relations.[4] He is the father of Michael Arad, the designer of the World Trade Center Memorial.


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