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In 2005, the Israeli news website Ynet conducted a vote to determine whom the general public considers the 200 Greatest Israelis of all time.

The Greatest Israelis List

David Ben-Gurion, #2
Ilan Ramon, #5
Ariel Sharon, #8
Ezer Weizman, #9
Ninet Tayeb, #10
Shimon Peres, #11
Benjamin Netanyahu, #18
Shmuel Yosef Agnon, #19
Yeshayahu Leibowitz, #20
Ovadia Yosef, #23
Yitzhak Shamir, #29
Stef Wertheimer, #38
Amos Oz, #41

Due to the nature of the poll used to select and rank the Israelis, the results do not pretend to be an objective assessment. They are as follows:

  1. Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995), Prime Minister and Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
  2. David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), the first Prime Minister of State of Israel
  3. Ehud Manor (1941-2005), songwriter and translator
  4. Menachem Begin (1913-1992), Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
  5. Ilan Ramon (1954-2003), combat pilot in the Israeli Air Force and the first Israeli astronaut
  6. Naomi Shemer (1930-2004), songwriter and the "First Lady of Israeli Song"
  7. Rehavam Ze'evi (1926-2001), politician and historian
  8. Ariel Sharon (1928-), politician and Prime Minister
  9. Ezer Weizman (1924-2005), politician and President of Israel
  10. Ninet Tayeb (1983-), pop rock singer and actress
  11. Shimon Peres (1923-), President of Israel and Prime Minister, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
  12. Ron Arad (1958-), Israeli Air Force weapon systems officer
  13. Yonatan Netanyahu (1946-1976), member of the Israel Defense Forces elite Sayeret Matkal unit
  14. Ze'ev Revach (1940-), actor and comedian
  15. Meir Har-Zion (1934-), military commando fighter
  16. Eli Yatzpan (1960-), television host and Comedian
  17. Shlomo Artzi (1949-), singer-songwriter and a composer
  18. Benjamin Netanyahu (1949-), politician and Prime Minister
  19. Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1888-1970), Hebrew nobel prize laureate writer
  20. Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903-1994), philosopher and scientist
  21. Ephraim Kishon (1924-2005), writer, satirist, dramatist, screenwriter, and film director
  22. Arik Einstein (1939-), singer and songwriter
  23. Ovadia Yosef (1920-), Haredi rabbi, Talmudic scholar, a recognized authority in Halakha
  24. Rafael Eitan (1929-2004), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces and politician
  25. Gal Fridman (1975-), windsurfer and first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal
  26. Eli Cohen (1924-1965), spy
  27. Yehoram Gaon (1939-), singer and actor
  28. Ehud Banai (1953-), singer and songwriter
  29. Yitzhak Shamir (1915-), politician and Prime Minister
  30. Tal Friedman (1963-), actor and comedian
  31. Aaron Ciechanover (1947-) and Avram Hershko (1937-), biologists and Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureates
  32. Ofra Haza (1957-2000), singer, actress and international recording artist
  33. Shaike Ophir (1929-1987), film actor, mime and comedian
  34. Meir Ariel (1942-1999), singer-songwriter
  35. Miki Berkovich (1954-), basketball player
  36. Yair Lapid (1963-), journalist, author, and TV presenter
  37. Zvika Hadar (1966-), actor, comedian and television host
  38. Stef Wertheimer (1926-), entrepreneur and industrialist
  39. Aharon Barak (1936-), President of the Supreme Court of Israel
  40. Eli Ohana (1964-), football player and manager
  41. Amos Oz (1939-), writer, novelist and journalist
  42. Meir Shalev (1948-), writer
  43. Nathan Alterman (1910-1970), poet, journalist, and translator
  44. Abie Nathan (1927-2008), humanist and peace activist
  45. Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952), chemist, Zionist leader, President of the World Zionist Organization and the first President of the State of Israel
  46. Keren Or Leybovitch (1973-), swimmer
  47. Dana International (1972-), transsexual singer, who won the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest
  48. Uri Zohar (1935-), film director and actor
  49. Shalom Hanoch (1946-), singer, lyricist and composer
  50. Ariel Ze'evi (1977-), judoka
  51. Yossi Banai (1932-2006), performer, singer and dramatist
  52. Abba Eban (1915-2002), diplomat and politician
  53. Shlomo Goren (1917-2004), Orthodox Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel
  54. Yisrael Meir Lau (1937-), Orthodox Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel
  55. Dudu Topaz (1946-), actor and television host
  56. Shari Arison (1957-), businesswoman
  57. Shulamit Aloni (1928-), politician and left-wing activist
  58. Aryeh Deri (1959-), leader of Israel's Shas Party
  59. Aviv Geffen (1973-), rock musician, singer, songwriter, producer, keyboardist and guitarist
  60. Zohar Argov (1955-1987), singer and a distinctive voice in the Mizrahi music scene
  61. Ehud Barak (1942-), Chief of Staff, politician and Prime Minister
  62. Hanoch Levin (1943-1999), dramatist
  63. Tal Brody (1943-), basketball player
  64. Geula Cohen (1925-), politician and journalist
  65. Yigal Allon (1918-1980), politician, acting Prime Minister and commander of the Palmach
  66. Moni Moshonov (1951-), actor and comedian
  67. Ralph Klein (1931-2008), basketball player and coach
  68. Oded Kattash (1974-), basketball player and coach
  69. Gil Shwed (1952-), programmer and entrepreneur
  70. Elazar Shach (1898-2001), the rosh yeshiva of the Ponevezh yeshiva and founded the Degel HaTorah political party
  71. Nahum Stelmach (1936-1999), football player and manager
  72. Yonatan Geffen (1947-), poet, playwright, writer, lyricist, journalist and translator
  73. Moshe Dayan (1915-1981), military leader and politician
  74. Aryeh Eliav (1921-), politician
  75. Golda Meir (1898-1978), politician and the Israel's first female Prime Minister
  76. Yaron London (1940-), journalist, lyricist and TV presenter
  77. A. B. Yehoshua (1936-), novelist, essayist and playwright
  78. Shoshana Damari (1923-2006), singer and actress
  79. Haim Yavin (1932-), television anchor
  80. Uri Malmilian (1957-), football player and manager
  81. Pnina Rosenblum (1954-), politician, model and businesswoman
  82. Yehuda Amichai (1924-2000), poet
  83. Tzvika Pick (1951-), composer and singer
  84. Abraham Even-Shoshan (1906-1981), Hebrew linguist and lexicographer
  85. Eli Hurvitz (1932-), industrialist
  86. Levi Eshkol (1895-1969), politician and Prime Minister
  87. Leah Goldberg (1911-1970), poet and writer
  88. Teddy Kollek (1911-2007), mayor of Jerusalem
  89. Linor Abargil (1980-), model and Miss World
  90. Chaim Topol (1935-), theatrical and film performers
  91. Matti Caspi (1949-), composer, musician, singer and lyricist
  92. Haim Revivo (1972-), football player and businessman
  93. Chava Alberstein (1947-), singer, lyricist, composer, musical arranger and actress
  94. Eyal Berkovic (1972-), football player
  95. Yehuda Poliker (1950-), singer-songwriter
  96. Netiva Ben-Yehuda (1928-), writer and lexicographer
  97. David Grossman (1954-), writer and essay
  98. Hanna Meron (1923-), actress
  99. Meir Shamgar (1925-), President of the Israeli Supreme Court
  100. Moti Kirschenbaum (1939-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  101. Daniel Kahneman (1934-), psychologist and Nobel laureate
  102. Gila Almagor (1939-), actress
  103. Yael Arad (1967-), judoka and the first Israeli to win an Olympic medal
  104. Natan Yonatan (1923-2004), poet
  105. Mordechai Spiegler (1944-), football player and manager
  106. Ilana Dayan (1964-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  107. David Elazar, (1925-1976), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces
  108. Yitzhak Navon (1921-), President of Israel, playwright and author
  109. Dvora Omer (1932), author
  110. Nahum Gutman (1898-1980), painter, sculptor and author
  111. Daniel Barenboim (1942-), pianist and conductor
  112. Moshe Ivgy (1953-), actor
  113. Rifaat Turk (1957-), football player and the first Arab to ever play for the Israel national football team
  114. Ze'ev (1923-2002), caricaturist
  115. Chaim Herzog (1918-1997), politician and President of Israel
  116. Chaim Chefer (1925-), lyricist
  117. Zubin Mehta (1936-), conductor of Western classical music
  118. Erez Tal (1961-), announcer and TV presenter
  119. Galila Ron-Feder Amit (1949-), author
  120. Ida Nodel (1931-), refusenik
  121. Yitzhak Sadeh, the commander of the Palmach and one of the founders of the Israel Defense Forces
  122. Mordechai Gur (1930-1995), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces
  123. Avihu Medina (1948-), singer-songwriter
  124. Zahi Armeli (1957-), football player
  125. Yaakov Peri (1944-), head of the General Security Service and businessman
  126. Martin Buber (1878-1965), philosopher, translator and educator
  127. Esther Roth Shahamorov (1952-), athlete
  128. Uri Avnery (1923-), journalist, left-wing peace activist and Knesset member
  129. Assi Dayan (1945-), actor and film director
  130. Yitzhak Ben-Aharon (1906-2006), politician
  131. Sami Michael (1926-), author and the president of The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
  132. Asa Kasher (1940-), philosopher and linguist
  133. Yuval Ne'eman (1925-2006), soldier, physicist and politician
  134. Tanhum Cohen-Mintz (1939-), basketball player
  135. Itzhak Perlman (1945-), violinist, conductor, and pedagogue
  136. Sasha Argov (1914-2005), composer
  137. Ohad Naharin (1952-), dancer and choreographer
  138. Yona Wallach (1944-1985), poet
  139. Zalman Shazar (1889-1974), President of Israel and author
  140. Dan Ben-Amotz (1924-1989), writer, journalist, screenwriter and actor
  141. Dan Shilon (1940-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  142. Haim Bar-Lev (1924-1994), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces and politician
  143. Emile Habibi (1922-1996), writer and politician
  144. Oded Machnes (1956-), football player
  145. Miriam Yalan-Shteklis (1900-1984), writer and poet
  146. Ya'akov Hodorov (1927-2006), football goalkeeper
  147. Haim Gouri (1923-), poet, novelist, journalist and documentary filmmaker
  148. Efi Arazi (1937-), industrialist and businessman
  149. Azriel Carlebach (1909-1956), journalist and editorial writer
  150. Moshe Sharett (1894-1965), politician and Prime Minister of Israel
  151. Orna Porat (1924-), actress
  152. Leah Rabin (1928-2000), the wife of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
  153. Yafa Yarkoni (1925-), singer
  154. Dahlia Ravikovitch (1936-2005), poet and peace activist
  155. Miriam Ben-Porat (1918-), judge and state comptroller
  156. Rivka Michaeli (1938-), actress, announcer and TV presenter
  157. Aharon Appelfeld (1932-), novelist
  158. Alon Abutbul (1965-), actor, announcer and film producer
  159. Yair Rosenblum (1944-1996), composer
  160. Yigal Mossinsohn (1917-1994), writer and playwright
  161. Yigal Tumarkin (1933-), painter and sculptor
  162. Hanna Rovina (1892-1980), actress and the original "First Lady of Hebrew Theatre"
  163. Eli Amir (1937-), writer
  164. S. Yizhar (1916-2006), writer and politician
  165. Yigael Yadin (1917-1984), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces, politician and archeologist
  166. Yossi Vardi (1943-), tech entrepreneur and businessman
  167. Lea Gottlieb (1918-), fashion designer
  168. Sara Levi-Tanai (1911-2005), choreographer
  169. Pinchas Sapir (1906-1975), politician
  170. Yevgeny Aryeh (1947-), theatre director
  171. Alexander Penn (1906-1972), poet
  172. Giora Spiegel (1947-), football player and manager
  173. Yaakov Shabtai (1934-1981), novelist, playwright and translator
  174. Yemima Avidar Tshernovitz (1909-1998), writer
  175. Avraham Shlonsky (1900-1973), poet and editor
  176. Menashe Kadishman (1932-), sculptor and painter
  177. Aharon Katzir (1914-1972), pioneer
  178. Amos Mansdorf (1965-), tennis player
  179. Rina Mor (1956-), model and Miss Universe
  180. David Avidan (1934-1995), poet, painter, filmmaker, publicist and playwright
  181. Yitzhak Ben-Zvi (1884-1963), President of Israel and historian
  182. Pinchas Sadeh (1929-1994), writer, poet and translator
  183. Neomi Polani (1927-), singer, producer and theatre director
  184. Marcel Janco (1895-1984), painter and architect
  185. Yehoshua Sobol (1939-), playwright, writer and director
  186. Avigdor Steimatzky (1908-1989), painter
  187. Moshe Vilenski (1910-1997), composer
  188. Nathan Zach (1930-), poet
  189. Hanna Zemer (1925-2003), journalist
  190. Anna Ticho (1894-1980), painter
  191. Nisim Aloni (1926-1998), playwright and translator
  192. Ram Karmi (1931-), architect
  193. Yitzhak Danziger (1916-1977), sculptor
  194. Yehezkel Streichman (1906-1993), painter
  195. Yaacov Agam (1928-), sculptor
  196. Yosef Zaritsky (1891-1985), painter
  197. Siona Shimshi (1939-), painter and sculptor
  198. Rina Sheinfeld (1938-), dancer and choreographer
  199. Noah Mozes (1912-1985), the first editor of Yedioth Ahronoth
  200. Baruch Agadati (1895-1976), painter, dancer and film director

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In 2005, the Israeli news website Ynet conducted a vote to determine whom the general public considers the 200 Greatest Israelis of all time.

The Greatest Israelis List

File:David
David Ben-Gurion, #2
File:Ariel Sharon
Ariel Sharon, #8
File:Ezer Weizman
Ezer Weizman, #9
[[File:|thumb|right|Ninet Tayeb, #10]]
File:Shimon Peres
Shimon Peres, #11
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Benjamin Netanyahu, #18
[[File:|thumb|right|Shmuel Yosef Agnon, #19]]
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Yeshayahu Leibowitz, #20
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Ovadia Yosef, #23
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Yitzhak Shamir, #29
[[File:|thumb|right|Stef Wertheimer, #38]]
File:Amos Oz by
Amos Oz, #41

Due to the nature of the poll used to select and rank the Israelis, the results do not pretend to be an objective assessment. They are as follows:

  1. Yitzhak Rabin (1922–1995), Prime Minister and Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
  2. David Ben-Gurion (1886–1973), the first Prime Minister of State of Israel
  3. Ehud Manor (1941–2005), songwriter and translator
  4. Menachem Begin (1913–1992), Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
  5. Ilan Ramon (1954–2003), combat pilot in the Israeli Air Force and the first Israeli astronaut
  6. Naomi Shemer (1930–2004), songwriter and the "First Lady of Israeli Song"
  7. Rehavam Ze'evi (1926–2001), politician and historian
  8. Ariel Sharon (1928-), politician and Prime Minister
  9. Ezer Weizman (1924–2005), politician and President of Israel
  10. Ninet Tayeb (1983-), pop rock singer and actress
  11. Shimon Peres (1923-), President of Israel and Prime Minister, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
  12. Ron Arad (1958-), Israeli Air Force weapon systems officer
  13. Yonatan Netanyahu (1946–1976), member of the Israel Defense Forces elite Sayeret Matkal unit
  14. Ze'ev Revach (1940-), actor and comedian
  15. Meir Har-Zion (1934-), military commando fighter
  16. Eli Yatzpan (1965-), television host and Comedian
  17. Shlomo Artzi (1949-), singer-songwriter and a composer
  18. Benjamin Netanyahu (1949-), politician and Prime Minister
  19. Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1888–1970), Hebrew nobel prize laureate writer
  20. Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903–1994), philosopher and scientist
  21. Ephraim Kishon (1924–2005), writer, satirist, dramatist, screenwriter, and film director
  22. Arik Einstein (1939-), singer and songwriter
  23. Ovadia Yosef (1920-), Haredi rabbi, Talmudic scholar, a recognized authority in Halakha
  24. Rafael Eitan (1929–2004), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces and politician
  25. Gal Fridman (1975-), windsurfer and first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal
  26. Eli Cohen (1924–1965), spy
  27. Yehoram Gaon (1939-), singer and actor
  28. Ehud Banai (1953-), singer and songwriter
  29. Yitzhak Shamir (1915-), politician and Prime Minister
  30. Tal Friedman (1963-), actor and comedian
  31. Aaron Ciechanover (1947-) and Avram Hershko (1937-), biologists and Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureates
  32. Ofra Haza (1957–2000), singer, actress and international recording artist
  33. Shaike Ophir (1929–1987), film actor, mime and comedian
  34. Meir Ariel (1942–1999), singer-songwriter
  35. Miki Berkovich (1954-), basketball player
  36. Yair Lapid (1963-), journalist, author, and TV presenter
  37. Zvika Hadar (1966-), actor, comedian and television host
  38. Stef Wertheimer (1926-), entrepreneur and industrialist
  39. Aharon Barak (1936-), President of the Supreme Court of Israel
  40. Eli Ohana (1964-), football player and manager
  41. Amos Oz (1939-), writer, novelist and journalist
  42. Meir Shalev (1948-), writer
  43. Nathan Alterman (1910–1970), poet, journalist, and translator
  44. Abie Nathan (1927–2008), humanist and peace activist
  45. Chaim Weizmann (1874–1952), chemist, Zionist leader, President of the World Zionist Organization and the first President of the State of Israel
  46. Keren Or Leybovitch (1973-), swimmer
  47. Dana International (1972-), transsexual singer, who won the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest
  48. Uri Zohar (1935-), film director and actor
  49. Shalom Hanoch (1946-), singer, lyricist and composer
  50. Ariel Ze'evi (1977-), judoka
  51. Yossi Banai (1932–2006), performer, singer and dramatist
  52. Abba Eban (1915–2002), diplomat and politician
  53. Shlomo Goren (1917–1994), Orthodox Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel
  54. Yisrael Meir Lau (1937-), Orthodox Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel
  55. Dudu Topaz (1946–2009), actor and television host
  56. Shari Arison (1957-), businesswoman
  57. Shulamit Aloni (1928-), politician and left-wing activist
  58. Aryeh Deri (1959-), leader of Israel's Shas Party
  59. Aviv Geffen (1973-), rock musician, singer, songwriter, producer, keyboardist and guitarist
  60. Zohar Argov (1955–1987), singer and a distinctive voice in the Mizrahi music scene
  61. Ehud Barak (1942-), Chief of Staff, politician and Prime Minister
  62. Hanoch Levin (1943–1999), dramatist
  63. Tal Brody (1943-), basketball player
  64. Geula Cohen (1925-), politician and journalist
  65. Yigal Allon (1918–1980), politician, acting Prime Minister and commander of the Palmach
  66. Moni Moshonov (1951-), actor and comedian
  67. Ralph Klein (1931–2008), basketball player and coach
  68. Oded Kattash (1974-), basketball player and coach
  69. Gil Shwed (1952-), programmer and entrepreneur
  70. Elazar Shach (1898–2001), the rosh yeshiva of the Ponevezh yeshiva and founded the Degel HaTorah political party
  71. Nahum Stelmach (1936–1999), football player and manager
  72. Yonatan Geffen (1947-), poet, playwright, writer, lyricist, journalist and translator
  73. Moshe Dayan (1915–1981), military leader and politician
  74. Aryeh Eliav (1921-), politician
  75. Golda Meir (1898–1978), politician and the Israel's first female Prime Minister
  76. Yaron London (1940-), journalist, lyricist and TV presenter
  77. A. B. Yehoshua (1936-), novelist, essayist and playwright
  78. Shoshana Damari (1923–2006), singer and actress
  79. Haim Yavin (1932-), television anchor
  80. Uri Malmilian (1957-), football player and manager
  81. Pnina Rosenblum (1954-), politician, model and businesswoman
  82. Yehuda Amichai (1924–2000), poet
  83. Tzvika Pick (1951-), composer and singer
  84. Avraham Even-Shoshan (1906–1984), Hebrew linguist and lexicographer
  85. Eli Hurvitz (1932-), industrialist
  86. Levi Eshkol (1895–1969), politician and Prime Minister
  87. Leah Goldberg (1911–1970), poet and writer
  88. Teddy Kollek (1911–2007), mayor of Jerusalem
  89. Linor Abargil (1980-), model and Miss World
  90. Chaim Topol (1935-), theatrical and film performers
  91. Matti Caspi (1949-), composer, musician, singer and lyricist
  92. Haim Revivo (1972-), football player and businessman
  93. Chava Alberstein (1947-), singer, lyricist, composer, musical arranger and actress
  94. Eyal Berkovic (1972-), football player
  95. Yehuda Poliker (1950-), singer-songwriter
  96. Netiva Ben-Yehuda (1928-), writer and lexicographer
  97. David Grossman (1954-), writer and essay
  98. Hanna Meron (1923-), actress
  99. Meir Shamgar (1925-), President of the Israeli Supreme Court
  100. Moti Kirschenbaum (1939-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  101. Daniel Kahneman (1934-), psychologist and Nobel laureate
  102. Gila Almagor (1939-), actress
  103. Yael Arad (1967-), judoka and the first Israeli to win an Olympic medal
  104. Natan Yonatan (1923–2004), poet
  105. Mordechai Spiegler (1944-), football player and manager
  106. Ilana Dayan (1964-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  107. David Elazar, (1925–1976), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces
  108. Yitzhak Navon (1921-), President of Israel, playwright and author
  109. Dvora Omer (1932), author
  110. Nachum Gutman (1898–1980), painter, sculptor and author
  111. Daniel Barenboim (1942-), pianist and conductor
  112. Moshe Ivgy (1953-), actor
  113. Rifaat Turk (1957-), football player and the first Arab to ever play for the Israel national football team
  114. Ze'ev (1923–2002), caricaturist
  115. Chaim Herzog (1918–1997), politician and President of Israel
  116. Chaim Chefer (1925-), lyricist
  117. Zubin Mehta (1936-), conductor of Western classical music
  118. Erez Tal (1961-), announcer and TV presenter
  119. Galila Ron-Feder Amit (1949-), author
  120. Ida Nodel (1931-), refusenik
  121. Yitzhak Sadeh (1890–1952), the commander of the Palmach and one of the founders of the Israel Defense Forces
  122. Mordechai Gur (1930–1995), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces
  123. Avihu Medina (1948-), singer-songwriter
  124. Zahi Armeli (1957-), football player
  125. Yaakov Peri (1944-), head of the General Security Service and businessman
  126. Martin Buber (1878–1965), philosopher, translator and educator
  127. Esther Roth Shahamorov (1952-), athlete
  128. Uri Avnery (1923-), journalist, left-wing peace activist and Knesset member
  129. Assi Dayan (1945-), actor and film director
  130. Yitzhak Ben-Aharon (1906–2006), politician
  131. Sami Michael (1926-), author and the president of The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
  132. Asa Kasher (1940-), philosopher and linguist
  133. Yuval Ne'eman (1925–2006), soldier, physicist and politician
  134. Tanhum Cohen-Mintz (1939-), basketball player
  135. Itzhak Perlman (1945-), violinist, conductor, and pedagogue
  136. Sasha Argov (1914–2005), composer
  137. Ohad Naharin (1952-), dancer and choreographer
  138. Yona Wallach (1944–1985), poet
  139. Zalman Shazar (1889–1974), President of Israel and author
  140. Dan Ben-Amotz (1924–1989), writer, journalist, screenwriter and actor
  141. Dan Shilon (1940-), journalist, announcer and TV presenter
  142. Haim Bar-Lev (1924–1994), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces and politician
  143. Emile Habibi (1922–1996), writer and politician
  144. Oded Machnes (1956-), football player
  145. Miriam Yalan-Shteklis (1900–1984), writer and poet
  146. Ya'akov Hodorov (1927–2006), football goalkeeper
  147. Haim Gouri (1923-), poet, novelist, journalist and documentary filmmaker
  148. Efi Arazi (1937-), industrialist and businessman, founder of Scitex Corporation
  149. Azriel Carlebach (1909–1956), journalist and editorial writer
  150. Moshe Sharett (1894–1965), politician and Prime Minister of Israel
  151. Orna Porat (1924-), actress
  152. Leah Rabin (1928–2000), the wife of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
  153. Yafa Yarkoni (1925-), singer
  154. Dahlia Ravikovitch (1936–2005), poet and peace activist
  155. Miriam Ben-Porat (1918-), judge and state comptroller
  156. Rivka Michaeli (1938-), actress, announcer and TV presenter
  157. Aharon Appelfeld (1932-), novelist
  158. Alon Abutbul (1965-), actor, announcer and film producer
  159. Yair Rosenblum (1944–1996), composer
  160. Yigal Mossinsohn (1917–1994), writer and playwright
  161. Yigal Tumarkin (1933-), painter and sculptor
  162. Hanna Rovina (1892–1980), actress and the original "First Lady of Hebrew Theatre"
  163. Eli Amir (1937-), writer
  164. S. Yizhar (1916–2006), writer and politician
  165. Yigael Yadin (1917–1984), Chief of Staff of the Israel Defence Forces, politician and archeologist
  166. Yossi Vardi (1943-), tech entrepreneur and businessman
  167. Lea Gottlieb (1918-), fashion designer
  168. Sara Levi-Tanai (1911–2005), choreographer
  169. Pinchas Sapir (1906–1975), politician
  170. Yevgeny Aryeh (1947-), theatre director
  171. Alexander Penn (1906–1972), poet
  172. Giora Spiegel (1947-), football player and manager
  173. Yaakov Shabtai (1934–1981), novelist, playwright and translator
  174. Yemima Avidar-Tchernovitz (1909–1998), writer
  175. Avraham Shlonsky (1900–1973), poet and editor
  176. Menashe Kadishman (1932-), sculptor and painter
  177. Aharon Katzir (1914–1972), pioneer
  178. Amos Mansdorf (1965-), tennis player
  179. Rina Mor (1956-), model and Miss Universe
  180. David Avidan (1934–1995), poet, painter, filmmaker, publicist and playwright
  181. Yitzhak Ben-Zvi (1884–1963), President of Israel and historian
  182. Pinchas Sadeh (1929–1994), writer, poet and translator
  183. Neomi Polani (1927-), singer, producer and theatre director
  184. Marcel Janco (1895–1984), painter and architect
  185. Yehoshua Sobol (1939-), playwright, writer and director
  186. Avigdor Stematsky (1908–1989), painter
  187. Moshe Vilenski (1910–1997), composer
  188. Nathan Zach (1930-), poet
  189. Hanna Zemer (1925–2003), journalist
  190. Anna Ticho (1894–1980), painter
  191. Nisim Aloni (1926–1998), playwright and translator
  192. Ram Karmi (1931-), architect
  193. Yitzhak Danziger (1916–1977), sculptor
  194. Yehezkel Streichman (1906–1993), painter
  195. Yaacov Agam (1928-), sculptor
  196. Yosef Zaritsky (1891–1985), painter
  197. Siona Shimshi (1939-), painter and sculptor
  198. Rina Sheinfeld (1938-), dancer and choreographer
  199. Noah Mozes (1912–1985), the first editor of Yedioth Ahronoth
  200. Baruch Agadati (1895–1976), painter, dancer and film director

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