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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
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First submittedApril 13, 2014
Last updatedAugust 7, 2017
Times taken4,512
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Term
Party
Prime Minister
2009-
Likud
Benjamin Netanyahu
2006-2009
Kadima
Ehud Olmert
2001-2006
Likud/Kadima
Ariel Sharon
1999-2001
Labor
Ehud Barak
1996-1999
Likud
Benjamin Netanyahu
1995-1996
Labor
Shimon Peres
1992-1995
Labor
Yitzhak Rabin
1986-1992
Likud
Yitzhak Shamir
1984-1986
Labor
Shimon Peres
Term
Party
Prime Minister
1983-1984
Likud
Yitzhak Shamir
1977-1983
Likud
Menachem Begin
1974-1977
Labor
Yitzhak Rabin
1969-1974
Labor
Golda Meir
1963-1969
Mapai/Labor
Levi Eshkol
1955-1963
Mapai
David Ben-Gurion
1954-1955
Mapai
Moshe Sharett
1948-1954
Mapai
David Ben-Gurion
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level 77
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 77
Oct 20, 2014
Took it again, this time getting Peres and Begin, but somehow missing both Ehuds.
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level 77
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 67
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 77
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 77
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 67
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 77
Mar 11, 2018
I wasn't arguing. I was answering your question.
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level 69
Apr 9, 2018
Frankly I think it would be rather dull if people only left comments we needed to know. I've yet to read a Jetpunk comment I NEEDED to know, yet the comments do enrich the site, create a community, allow conversation about interesting and obscure topics, and are generally less toxic than just about anywhere else on the internet.
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level 75
Dec 9, 2018
Anybody else have the experience of taking a quiz, leaving a comment, and then when you return way later you have zero recollection of doing either? No? Just me then. Mind like a steel colander.
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level 77
May 13, 2019
splat: yes, many times. Sometimes I'll take a quiz that I have no recollection of ever taking before, scroll down ready to leave a comment, and then see that I left the same comment five years ago.
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level 58
Jun 9, 2014
Got them all...
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level 56
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 62
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 56
Oct 30, 2016
RIP Shimon Peres :(
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level 48
Dec 5, 2016
Can you accept Sharet also? (and not just Sharett)
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level 56
Dec 10, 2016
That will work now.
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level 72
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 67
Aug 7, 2017
Just got 1pt for the same score. :-(
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level 62
Aug 6, 2017
Don't know why the political party is there, but it definitely doesn't help.
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level 76
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 30
Oct 20, 2017
Here is a quiz for you
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level 70
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 70
Feb 16, 2018
Sorry but to my shame the only Scandinavian politicians I can name would be Dag Hammarskjold and Olaf Palme (unless you count Quisling - which I suppose you should).
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level 77
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 72
Oct 4, 2017
I tried Benjamin Disraeli, seems like that should be a correct answer.
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level 56
Oct 4, 2017
ha was pm in the UK
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level 75
Dec 9, 2018
Disraeli wasn't from dis country.
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level 83
Mar 8, 2018
Did Allon get dropped from this quiz in a reset? I get that he was only acting PM for a month or so, but I'd still include him.
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level 50
Jul 23, 2019
Great quiz, got them all! (well, I’m an Israeli...)
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level 66
Sep 17, 2019
Hopefully this quiz is one answer longer tomorrow
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level 77
Oct 8, 2019
If so, hopefully the next guy recognizes Trump for the disgrace and threat to global stability that he is.