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GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Minister in the Government of Israel.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Moshe Arens
Politician
27-Dec-1925   Likud Minister
Ehud Barak
Head of State
12-Feb-1942   Prime Minister of Israel, 1999-2001
Shlomo Ben-Ami
Politician
17-Jul-1943   Israeli Foreign Minister, 2000-01
Moshe Dayan
Politician
20-May-1915 16-Oct-1981 Israeli military leader
Abba Eban
Government
2-Feb-1915 17-Nov-2002 Foreign Minister of Israel, 1966-74
Levi Eshkol
Head of State
25-Oct-1895 26-Feb-1969 Third Prime Minister of Israel
Moshe Katsav
Head of State
5-Dec-1945   President of Israel, 2000-07
Avigdor Lieberman
Politician
5-Jun-1958   Israeli Foreign Minister
Tzipi Livni
Politician
8-Jul-1958   Israeli Foreign Minister, 2006-09
Golda Meir
Head of State
3-May-1898 8-Dec-1978 Fourth Prime Minister of Israel
Yitzhak Navon
Head of State
9-Apr-1921   President of Israel, 1978-83
Benjamin Netanyahu
Head of State
21-Oct-1949   Prime Minister of Israel
Ehud Olmert
Politician
30-Sep-1945   Prime Minister of Israel, 2006-09
Shimon Peres
Head of State
16-Aug-1923   President of Israel
Yitzhak Rabin
Head of State
1-Mar-1922 4-Nov-1995 Twice Prime Minister of Israel
Silvan Shalom
Politician
4-Oct-1958   Foreign Minister of Israel, 2003-06
Yitzhak Shamir
Head of State
15-Oct-1915   Twice Israeli Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett
Head of State
15-Oct-1894 7-Jul-1965 Prime Minister of Israel, 1953-55
Ariel Sharon
Head of State
26-Feb-1928   Prime Minister of Israel, 2001-06
Zalman Shazar
Head of State
6-Oct-1889 5-Oct-1974 President of Israel, 1963-73


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