An Israeli prime ministerial advisor, diplomat, and author, Avner served under Golda Meir, Levi Eshkol, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, and Shimon Peres.
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Meir Amit not only headed the Mossad, but is considered the most successful intelligence officer in Israeli history.
David Rubinger, whose documentation of the history and people of the Jewish state earned him the title of "Israel's national photographer," passed away last week at the age of 92.
An internationally acclaimed historian of the Second Temple period, Stern was murdered in Jerusalem by terrorists during the First Intifada.
Zeev Ben-Zvi was an Israeli sculptor whose work inspired an entire generation of sculptors.
Shai Agnon (published under the name S.Y. Agnon in English) was an important Hebrew novelist and Nobel laureate.
Zohar Sharon is an Israeli golfer who is not only blind, but a world champion, as well.
Shlomo Goren was an orthodox Zionist rabbi in Israel who founded and served as the first head of the IDF's Military Rabbinate while serving in the IDF during three wars.
Haim Hazaz was an Israeli novelist and winner of the Israel Prize in its first year of being awarded.
Pnina Salzman was an Israeli classical pianist and piano teacher.