On December 10, 1978, Menachem Begin wins the Nobel Peace Prize, while he was the Prime Minister of Israel. The prize is given to him for making peace with the Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, by negotiating and signing the Camp David Accords. Sadat wins the prize jointly with Begin. The Camp David Accords is the first peace treaty between Israel and any of its Arab neighbors, and is still in effect today.
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