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Minister of health in Israel Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu, also Binyamin Netanyahu, born 21 October 1949 is the ninth and current Prime Minister of Israel, serving since March 2009. Netanyahu also serves as the current Chairman of the Likud Party, as a Knesset member, as the Health Minister of Israel, as the Pensioner Affairs Minister of Israel and as the Economic Strategy Minister of Israel.

Netanyahu is the first (and, to date, only) Israeli prime minister born after the State of Israel's foundation. Netanyahu joined the Israeli Defense Forces in 1967 where he served as a commander in the elite Sayeret Matkal commando unit, taking part in many missions including the hostages rescue mission from the hijacked Sabena Flight 572 in 1972 (coincidentally under the leadership of Ehud Barak). He fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973 and achieved the rank of captain before being discharged. Netanyahu served as the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations from 1984 to 1988, member of the Likud Party, and was Prime Minister from June 1996 to July 1999. Netanyahu was Foreign Minister (20022003) and Finance Minister (2003August 2005) in Ariel Sharon's governments, but he departed over disagreements regarding the Gaza Disengagement Plan. He retook the Likud leadership on 20 December 2005. In the 2006 election, Likud did poorly, winning twelve seats. In December 2006, Netanyahu became the official Opposition Leader in the Knesset and Chairman of the Likud Party. In August 2007, he retained the Likud leadership by beating Moshe Feiglin in party elections. Following the 10 February 2009 parliamentary election, in which Likud placed second and right-wing parties won a majority, Netanyahu formed a coalition government.He is the brother of Israeli Special Forces commander Yonatan Netanyahu, who died during a hostage rescue mission, and Iddo Netanyahu, an Israeli author and playwright.

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Benjamin Netanyahu minister of health in Israel

List of Health Minsters

Minister
Dates in Office
Haim-Moshe Shapira 14/5/1948 - 8/10/1951
Yosef Burg 8/10/1951 - 24/12/1952
Yosef Sapir 1 24/12/1952 - 29/12/1953
Yosef Serlin 1 29/12/1953- 29/6/1955
Dov Yosef 29/6/1955 - 3/11/1955
Yisrael Barzilai 3/11/1955 - 2/11/1961
Haim-Moshe Shapira 2/11/1961 - 12/1/1966
Yisrael Barzilai 12/1/1966 - 15/12/1969
Haim Gvati 22/12/1969 - 27/7/1970
Victor Shem-Tov 27/7/1970 - 20/6/1977
Eliezer Shostak 20/6/1977 - 13/9/1984
Mordechai Gur 13/9/1984 - 20/10/1986
Shoshana Arbeli-Almozlino 20/10/1986 - 22/12/1988
Ya'akov Tzur 22/12/1988 - 15/3/1990
Ehud Olmert 11/6/1990 - 13/7/1992
Haim Ramon 13/7/1992 - 8/2/1994
Yitzhak Rabin 4 8/2/1994 - 1/6/1994
Efraim Sneh 1/6/1994 - 18/6/1996
Tzachi Hanegbi 18/6/1996 - 12/11/1996
Yehoshua Matza 12/11/1996 - 6/7/1999
Shlomo Benizri 6/7/1999 - 11/7/2000
Roni Milo 10/8/2000 - 7/3/2001
Nissim Dahan 7/3/2001 - 23/5/2002
Ariel Sharon 4 23/5/2002 - 3/6/2002
Nissim Dahan 3/6/2002 - 28/2/2003
Dan Naveh 28/2/2003 - 14/1/2006
Yaakov Edri 18/1/2006 - 4/5/2006
Yaakov Ben-Yezri 4/5/2006 - 31/3/2009
Binyamin Netanyahu 4 31/3/2009 - present

http://med.israelinfo.ru/news/532/

map of Israel regions

The State of Israel is divided into six main administrative districts, known as mehozot (??????; singular: mahoz ) Center , Haifa , Jerusalem , North , Southern , and Tel Aviv Districts. Districts are further divided into fifteen sub-districts known as nafot (????; singular: nafa ), which are themselves partitioned into fifty natural regions.

Number
District
Main City
Provinces
Number of Residents
1 North Nazareth Kinneret , Safed , Acre , Golan , Jezreel Valley 1,242,100
2 Haifa Haifa Haifa , Hadera 880,000
3 Center Ramla Rishon Lezion , Sharon ( Netanya ), Petah Tikva , Ramla , Rehovot 1,770,200
4 Tel Aviv Tel Aviv Tel Aviv 1,227,000
5 Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem 910,300
6 South Beersheba Ashkelon , Beersheba 1,053,600
B Judea and Samaria Modi'in Illit (Largest city) --- 304,569

For statistical purposes, the country is divided into three metropolitan areas: Tel Aviv metropolitan area (population 3,206,400), Haifa metropolitan area (population 1,021,000), and Beer Sheva metropolitan area (population 559,700). Israel's largest municipality, both in population and area, is Jerusalem with 773,800 residents in an area of 126 square kilometers (49 sq mi) (in 2009). Israeli government statistics on Jerusalem include the population and area of East Jerusalem , which is widely recognized as part of the Palestinian territories under Israeli occupation . Tel Aviv , Haifa , and Rishon LeZion rank as Israel's next most populous cities, with populations of 393,900, 265,600, and 227,600 respectively.

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