|born on||12 February 1942 at 03:00 (= 03:00 AM )|
|Place||Jerusalem, Israel, 31n46, 35e14|
|Timezone||EEDT h3e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||22°39' 07°37 Asc. 13°16'|
Israeli military, an army chief turned statesman. In June 1999 he became the Prime Minister, replacing Netanyahu. Hoping to create peace with Syria, he instigated a series of talks that did not bear fruit in 1999. He called for face-to-face talks with Syrian P.M. Hafez Assad, rather than the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in January 2000, but his request was turned down.
Arlene Kramer quotes date in NY Times, with a location of Heffer Valley, Lebanan. Meira B. Epstein quotes Ben Kaspi and Ilan Kfir, "Ehud Barak," a biography in which the authors (translated from Hebrew) state that he was "born in the early morning hours." His parents had planned to go to a theatre show, but instead his mother went into labor. Epstein considers that 3:00 AM is a fitting time.
(Other various times given in the Astrologer's Newsletter 1/2000 include 9:43 AM GMT (12:43 PM EEDT) from Michael Smith, and 1:30 PM from Maurice Fernandez, an Israeli astrologer, given in The Mountain Astrologer.
Roy Gillett in the Astrological Journal, 11/2000, gives a location of Kibbutz Mishmar, Hasharon (near Netanya, Israel).
Adrian Ross Duncan gave 9:43 EEDT in the Astrological Journal Jan/2001 as "unsure."
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (Israeli P.M.)
- Vocation : Military : Military career (Prior to politics)