Ba'ath Party (Iraq) - The Ba’ath party (Ba’ath meaning: renaissance or resurrection) in Iraq was founded in April 1947. Its ideology mixed Arab nationalism with socialism and anti-Imperialism. In 1952 it merged with the Arab Socialist Party to form the Arab Socialist Baath Party. This was also the year in which Iraq’s regional branch of the Baath party was founded. Initially the party held a majority of Shia Muslims, but slowly got dominated by Sunnis. In 1963 an internal coup within the Baath party took place, in which a group named the Regional Branch seized power over the party. Saddam Hussein was among its leaders.
Beit El - An Israeli settlement located in the Binyamin Region of the West Bank. It is an orthodox Jewish town. The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law.
Benjamin Netanyahu - Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu (Oct, 21 1949) is an Iraeli politician and the current Prime Minister of Israel. Political party: Likud, the major center-right political party in Israel.