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Ministry of Aliyah
Aliyah
and Integration (formerly Ministry of Immigration and Absorption) (Hebrew: משרד העלייה והקליטה‎, Misrad Ha Aliyah
Aliyah
VeHaKlita) is a ministry of the Israeli government. In 2017, the English name was changed in all publications.

Contents

1 History 2 List of ministers

2.1 Deputy ministers

3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The ministry was known until 1951 as the Ministry of Immigration (Hebrew: משרד העלייה‎, Misrad HaAliya) and later renamed HaMisrad LeKlitat Ha Aliyah
Aliyah
(Hebrew: המשרד לקליטת העלייה‎). In coordination with local authorities and the Jewish Agency, the Ministry is responsible for helping new immigrants (olim) find employment and accommodation, and gives advice on education, planning and social issues, as well as setting up the "immigrant basket" of benefits (such as tax breaks, grants etc.). List of ministers[edit] The Aliyah
Aliyah
and Immigrant Absorption Minister (Hebrew: שר העלייה והקליטה‎, Sar Ha Aliyah
Aliyah
VeKlita) is a minor portfolio in the Israeli cabinet. The current minister is Sofa Landver of Yisrael Beiteinu. There is also occasionally a Deputy Minister.

# Minister Party Government Term start Term end Notes

Minister of Immigration

1 Haim-Moshe Shapira United Religious Front P, 1, 2 May 14, 1948 October 8, 1951

Minister of Immigrant Absorption

2 Yigal Allon Alignment 13, 14 July 1, 1968 December 15, 1969

3 Shimon Peres Alignment 15 December 22, 1969 July 27, 1970

4 Natan Peled Not an MK 15 July 27, 1970 March 10, 1974

5 Shlomo Rosen Not an MK 16, 17 March 10, 1974 June 20, 1977

6 David Levy Likud 18 June 20, 1977 August 5, 1981

7 Aharon Abuhatzira Tami 19 August 5, 1981 May 4, 1982

8 Aharon Uzan Tami 19, 20 May 4, 1982 September 13, 1984

9 Ya'akov Tzur Alignment 21, 22 September 13, 1984 December 22, 1988

10 Yitzhak Peretz Shas 23, 24 December 22, 1988 July 13, 1992

11 Yair Tzaban Meretz 25, 26 July 13, 1992 June 18, 1996

12 Yuli-Yoel Edelstein Yisrael BaAliyah 27 June 18, 1996 July 6, 1999

13 Ehud Barak One Israel 28 July 6, 1999 August 5, 1999 Serving Prime Minister

14 Yuli Tamir One Israel 28 August 5, 1999 March 7, 2001

15 Ariel Sharon Likud 29 March 7, 2001 February 28, 2003 Serving Prime Minister

16 Tzipi Livni Likud Kadima 30 February 28, 2003 May 4, 2006

17 Ze'ev Boim Kadima 31 May 4, 2006 July 4, 2007

18 Yaakov Edri Kadima 31 July 4, 2007 14 July 2008

19 Eli Aflalo Kadima 31 14 July 2008 31 March 2009

20 Sofa Landver Yisrael Beiteinu 32, 33 31 March 2009 10 May 2015

21 Ze'ev Elkin Likud 34 14 May 2015 30 May 2016

Minister of Aliyah
Aliyah
and Integration

22 Sofa Landver Yisrael Beiteinu 34 30 May 2016

Deputy ministers[edit]

# Minister Party Government Term start Term end

1 Aryeh Eliav Alignment 13, 14 August 12, 1968 December 15, 1969

2 Shlomo Rosen Alignment 15 November 20, 1972 March 10, 1974

3 Aharon Uzan Tami 19 August 11, 1981 May 4, 1982

4 Marina Solodkin Yisrael BaAliyah 28 August 5, 1999 July 11, 2000

5 Yuli-Yoel Edelstein Yisrael BaAliyah 29 March 7, 2001 February 28, 2003

– Marina Solodkin Kadima 30 March 30, 2005 May 4, 2006

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website All Ministers in the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption Knesset website

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Aliyah
Aliyah
and Integration Ministers of Israel
Israel

Shapira (1948–51) Allon (1968–69) Peres (1969–70) Peled (1970–74) Rosen (1974–77) Levy (1977–81) Abuhatzira (1981–82) Uzan (1982–84) Tzur (1984–88) Peretz (1988–92) Tzaban (1992–96) Edelstein (1996–99) Barak (1999) Tamir (1999–2001) Sharon (2001–03) Livni (2003–06) Boim (2006–07) Edri (2007–08) Aflalo (2008–09) Landver (2009–15) Elkin (2015–16) Landver (2016–)

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Israeli Cabinet portfolios

Prime Minister's Office Vice Prime Minister Agriculture & Rural Development Aliyah
Aliyah
and Integration Communications Construction Culture & Sport Defense Development of the Negev & Galilee Diaspora Affairs Economy Education Environmental Protection Finance Foreign Affairs Health Information Intelligence Internal Affairs Jerusalem Affairs & Heritage Justice National Infrastructure, Energy & Water Resources Public Security Regional Cooperation Religious Services Science, Technology & Space Social Affairs & Social Services Social Equality Strategic Affairs Tourism Transport & Road Safety

Inactive portfolios Deputy Prime Minister Acting Prime Minister Development Economic Strategy Home Front Defense Labor Minorities Rationing & Supply Minister in the Prime

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