In 1952, which scientist refused the request to become the President of Israel?

In 1952, which scientist refused the request to become the President of Israel?

In 1952, which scientist refused the request to become the President of Israel?

Answer: Albert Einstein

In 1952, Albert Einstein scientist refused the request to become the President of Israel. Albert Einstein, a Jew, but not an Israeli citizen, was offered the presidency in 1952, but turned it down, stating: “I am deeply moved by the offer from our State of Israel, and at once saddened and ashamed that I cannot accept it.

All the Answers option-wise: C, C, A, A, B

Question 1) Which dynasty’s founder’s principal advisor was Chanakya, the author of the Artha shashtra?

Answer: Maurya

Question 2) In 1952, which scientist refused the request to become the President of Israel?

Answer: Albert Einstein

Question 3) Which fruit’s name comes from the Latin for ‘seeded apple’?

Answer: Pomegranate

Question 4)  Which city was made the summer capital of British India by John Lawrence in 1864?

Answer: Shimla

Question 5) Which part of the human body has the thinnest skin?

Answer: Eyelids

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