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Prime Ministers of Israel

How many Prime Ministers of Israel can you name?
  • Not counting interim Prime Ministers
  • Quiz by Salz - Aug 07, 2017
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Term
Party
Prime Minister
2009-
Likud
2006-2009
Kadima
2001-2006
Likud/Kadima
1999-2001
Labor
1996-1999
Likud
1995-1996
Labor
1992-1995
Labor
1986-1992
Likud
1984-1986
Labor
Term
Party
Prime Minister
1983-1984
Likud
1977-1983
Likud
1974-1977
Labor
1969-1974
Labor
1963-1969
Mapai/Labor
1955-1963
Mapai
1954-1955
Mapai
1948-1954
Mapai
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level 71
Apr 15, 2014
Can't believe I missed Peres. And I could picture Moshe's face and first name but couldn't recall his last name. Also missed Eshkol, Allon, Begin, and Shamir.
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level 71
Oct 20, 2014
Took it again, this time getting Peres and Begin, but somehow missing both Ehuds.
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level 71
Feb 4, 2015
Got them all this time but realized that before I was thinking of Moshe Dayan... who apparently was never prime minister. No wonder I couldn't think of is last name. Never heard of the other guy before looking him up just now.
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level 61
Oct 4, 2017
Do you really feel the need for us to know all this, Kal? Or do you write it as a personal reminder in case you revisit the quiz in the future?
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level 71
Oct 4, 2017
As much as you feel the need for everyone to know how you feel about my comments, I guess?
I generally leave comments for one of the following reasons:
1. to show this quiz author that someone took, thought about, and enjoyed their quiz. It's a token of appreciation.
2. to comment on which questions I personally found easy, difficult, strange, etc. Because I do find this interesting and like reading about other's experience with the quiz as well.
3. to provoke or prolong discussion, which I personally enjoy.
4. to call out someone else's bigotry. or to correct something said in error.
5. and yes, sometimes as a reminder to myself for when I see and take the quiz again in the future, a note to refer back to and see if I've improved.

Reasons I have never left a comment for include:
1. pride 2. to brag 3. to attack Christians 4. because I love America 5. because I hate America 6. to compel anyone who doesn't enjoy reading comments to read my comments
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level 71
Oct 4, 2017
In short, no, and I never said anybody needed to know anything I've said. If you don't enjoy reading comments I'd suggest you not read the comments.
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level 61
Oct 13, 2017
I like how you turn every reply into an argumentative essay. Rest assured though, I won't bother you again, unless it was actually a proper argument :)
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level 34
Jun 9, 2014
Got them all...
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level 5
Aug 2, 2014
missed shamir. thought it was shapir for some reason
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level 72
Oct 4, 2017
I missed Olmert, thought it was Olmet. Funny how our minds can drop a stitch now and then.
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level 57
Mar 16, 2015
only know the latest ones... tomorrow is election day, maybe there'll be someone new (although i'm good with netanyahu)...
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level 56
Apr 26, 2015
Annoyed I didn't get Levi Eshkol, apart from that, I am a happy boy, I got most of them.
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level 60
Nov 20, 2015
Israel seems to have a lot of rebound Prime Ministers.
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level 57
Oct 30, 2016
RIP Shimon Peres :(
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level 45
Dec 5, 2016
Can you accept Sharet also? (and not just Sharett)
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level 57
Dec 10, 2016
That will work now.
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level 69
Aug 6, 2017
I was the 2nd person to take it after resetting, so am happy with 5 points for 4/12. Not sure that'll last though.
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level 64
Aug 7, 2017
Just got 1pt for the same score. :-(
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level 63
Aug 6, 2017
Don't know why the political party is there, but it definitely doesn't help.
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level 72
Oct 4, 2017
It's to help you on the "Parties of all the Prime Ministers of Israel" quiz. ;) I'd never heard of any of these except Labor so it was interesting to me.
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level 26
Oct 20, 2017
Here is a quiz for you
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level 58
Oct 4, 2017
Am from the UK and got 6, with a couple of near misses - which just goes to show how prominent a place Israel has in the news. I doubt very much that I could name any PMs from Belgium, Holland and Norway combined and they are all very close neighbours with comparable/bigger populations.
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level 50
Oct 23, 2017
Two Norwegian PMs should be fairly obvious. Gro Harlem Brundtland (who chaired the Brundtland Commission and released the Brundtland report regarding sustainable development) and Jens Stoltenberg (who is now the General Secretary of Nato).
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level 50
Oct 23, 2017
Umm... Secretary General, that is.
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level 71
Oct 4, 2017
The two cats I adopted off the streets of Riyadh I named David BenGurion and Ariel Sharon.
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level 66
Oct 4, 2017
I tried Benjamin Disraeli, seems like that should be a correct answer.
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level 47
Oct 4, 2017
ha was pm in the UK
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level 4
Oct 20, 2017
I got 100%
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