Gideon Saar was born in Tel Aviv on the second night of Chanukah, December 9, 1966. He is the firstborn son to Bruriah, a teacher, and Shmuel Zarechansky, a paediatrician who made Aliyah to Israel from Argentina. While in high-school, Saar joined the “Techiya” Movement, and was chosen as the head of the group’s youth branch.
Dr. Yifat Shasha Bitton
Yifat Shasha-Bitton (born May 23, 1973) served as Minister of Construction and Housing, the Chair of the Committee on the Rights of the Child in the 20th Knesset and Chair of the Special Committee on Coronavirus in the 23rd Knesset. Previously, she served as Deputy Mayor of Kiryat Shmona. Prior to entering politics, she was an educator, with a doctorate (cum laude) from the Department of Education at the University of Haifa and vice president at Ohalo College in Katzrin.
Zeev Elkin (born April 3, 1971, Kislev 8, 5731) immigrated to Israel at the age of 18 from Kharkov, Ukraine, in 1990. Prior to immigrating to Israel, he was the head of a Hebrew teachers’ organization and the secretary general of Bnei Akiva in the Soviet Union. Elkin received a BA in mathematics from the Hebrew University as well as a BA and MA in Jewish History. Prior to being elected
Sharren Haskell (born March 4, 1984) served as Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, Chairman of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in the 23rd Knesset, and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Foreign Relations and Public Relations. Sharren won first place in the freedom index of the new liberal movement seven times in a row, for her activities in the Knesset to promote a free market and reduce government regulation. She initiated the Channel 20 Rescue Act, the law requiring government bodies to
Meir Yitzhak Halevi
Born on June 18, 1953, Meir Yitzhak Halevi has served as mayor of Eilat since 2003 (17 years). A man of action and education, he made Eilat the tourism capital of Israel, increased the percentage of those eligible for matriculation over 200% and during his tenure, the city of Eilat won the national education award three times. Among other things, he initiated and implemented the "City Without Violence" program, which became a national program. He bravely and resolutely faced attempts to take over the
Michal Diamant (born May 19, 1982) has 12 years of experience in leading law firms and specializes in managing large and complex cases, mainly in the economic field. She serves as a member of the board of directors of the Association for the Commemoration of the Heritage of Israeli Freedom Fighters (Lehi). She holds a BA in law and management and an MA in law, both from Tel Aviv University.