JERUSALEM--Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin was taken to a hospital yesterday complaining of fatigue, but was reported in "satisfactory" condition, a spokesman said.
The spokesman, Shlomo Nakdimon, said Begin complained of being weak and was taken to Hadassah Hospital, where tests were conducted. He said Begin was expected to leave the hospital today.
Since his return from Camp David las week, Begin has been working hard to muster support for the accords he signed with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. He spent a grueling 19-hour day Wednesday pushing the agreements through Parliament.