List of Leaders of Israel (Etzel)

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The following are the main governmental leaders of Israel.

First are the Kings of Israel

# Name Reign Life Notes
1 Yoshiyahu I May 15, 1941 - September 19, 1998 July 12, 1915 - September 19, 1998
  • Led the Provisional Government (1941-1943)
  • Led Israel during the Hebrew Revolt, Great Hebrew-Arab War, Suez Crisis, Six Day War, Yom Kippur War, Fertile Crescent War, and Syrian Insurgency
  • Oversaw the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Aliyahs
  • Signed Amendments I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV,
2 Menachem I September 19, 1998 - July 14, 2021 January 26, 1936 - July 24, 2021
3 Avraham I July 14, 2021 - Present November 3, 1958 - Present

Second are the Chief Priests of Israel:

# Name Reign Life Family Notes
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1 Avraham Stern October 1, 1943-September 30, 1951 Gurim Yehuda (Lions of Judah Party)
  • Administered States of Kinneret, Sharon, Yerushalayim, Yehuda, Negev, Gilead, Ammon, Moav
  • Passed Amendment I (Law of Return), Amendment II (Military Conscription), Amendment III (Industry), Amendment IV (Women's Rights), Amendment V (Minority Rights), and Amendment VI (Education)
  • Oversaw Sixth Aliyah (Ashkenazi European Jews) and Seventh Aliyah (Sefardic Maghrebi Jews)
  • Led during Hebrew Revolt and Great Hebrew-Arab War; gained Palestine, Transjordan and Sinai
  • Established relations with United States, France, Germany, and Greece
  • Signed Hebrew-German Trade Agreement
  • Oversaw the First Military Construction, Industrial Standardization, First Immigrant Absorption, First Housing Construction, and First Technological Advancement
  • First Jewish Revival happens
  • Developed Shapira Education System
  • Population at 9 million by end of tenure
2 Uriel Zvi Greenberg October 1, 1951-September 30, 1959 Herut Ivri (Hebrew Freedom Alliance)
  • Admitted States of Filisha, Arved, Navtai, Horevia, Nevi Moshe, and Batanai
  • Passed Amendment VII (Foreign Aid)
  • Oversaw Eighth Aliyah (Mizrachi Babylonian, Syrian, and Yemenite Jews)
  • Led during Suez Crisis; gained nothing
  • Signed U.S-German-French-Israeli Pact (UGFI)
  • Signed Greco-Hebrew Trade Agreement and Hebrew-Ethiopian Trade Agreement
  • Established Mossad (National Intelligence Agency) and Shin Bet (Second Intelligence)
  • Oversaw First Industrial Expansion, Second Immigrant Absorption, and Priesthood Development
  • Population at 11 million by end of tenure
3 Yisrael Eldad October 1, 1959-September 30, 1963 Gahal (Hebrew Liberty Alliance)
  • Passed Amendment VIII (Freedom of Expression) and Amendment IX (Priesthood)
  • Oversaw construction of National Water Carrier, Dead Sea Works, First Desalinization Plant Construction, and Nuclear Arsenal
  • Signed Hebrew-Italian Trade Agreement
  • French Diplomatic Withdrawal
  • Population at 14 million by end of tenure
4 Menachem Begin October 1, 1963-September 30, 1971 Gahal (Hebrew Liberty Alliance)
  • Passed Amendment X (Diplomacy) and Amendment XI (Demonstrations)
  • Oversaw Ninth Aliyah (Minhag American Jews)
  • Led during Six Day War: gained Suez and Damascus
  • Launched trade reform and tax reform; began acceptance of foreign aid
  • Oversaw construction of Third Jewish Temple, First Synagogue Construction, Second Industrial Expansion, Television Introduction, First Infrastructure Renovation, and Project Renewal
  • Population at 19 million by end of tenure
5 Yitzhak Shamir October 1, 1971-September 30, 1979 Masorti Leumit (National Conservative Party)
  • Admitted States of Shuvetz and Damshik
  • Led during Yom Kippur War; gained Cairo and Palmyra
  • Solved 1970 Inflation Crisis and saved Israel industry
  • Oversaw Military Renovation, Third Industrial Expansion, National Settlement, and Technological Hebraization
  • Created Nile Delta Republic as Israeli puppet
  • Second Jewish Revival happens
  • Population at 21 million by end of tenure
6 Ariel Sharon October 1, 1979- September 30, 1987 Masorti Leumit (National Conservative Party)
  • Admitted States of Tadmor, Goshen, and Kariya
  • Led during Fertile Crescent War; gained Homs and Aleppo
  • Oversaw Missile Shield Creation, Second Infrastructure Renovation, Nile Delta Military Training, Assyrian Military Training, and Anti-CIA Purge
  • Population at 24 million by end of tenure
7 Meir Kahane October 1, 1987-September 30, 1995 Lohamei Yehudit (Jewish Fighter's Alliance)
  • Admitted States of Lavnion and Zobah
  • Passed Amendment XII (Abortion), Amendment XIII (Homosexuality), Amendment XIV (Transgenderism), and Amendment XV (Sexual Immorality)
  • Oversaw Tenth Aliyah (Ashkenazi Russian Jews)
  • Oversaw Bank Reform, Industrial Demonopolization,
8 Rehavam Ze'evi October 1, 1995-September 30, 2003 Lohamei Yehudit (Jewish Fighter's Alliance)
9 Moshe Katzav October 1, 2003-September 30, 2007 Masorti Leumit (National Conservative Party)
10 Binyamin Netanyahu October 1, 2007-September 30, 2015 Masorti Leumit (National Conservative Party)
11 Rafael Peretz October 1, 2015-September 30, 2023 Tzionut Datit (Religious Zionist Alliance)
12 Shemuel Eliyahu October 1, 2023-Present
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