Golda Meir

Golda Meir served in office as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel. She was elected as Prime Minister on the 17th of March in 1969. Previously, she held offices as the Minister of Labor and as the Foreign Minister. She was often referred to as the “Iron Lady” of Israel. She resigned in 1974, the year the Yom Kippur war ended.

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  • French President Francois Hollande hosts President Shimon Peres in Paris, March 8

    Grapevine: Pushing the envelope

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • Golda Meir, Ariel Sharon walk in Sinai in 1973

    Grapevine: Jewish penicillin a la Golda

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • Isaac Herzog as a baby with his father, Chaim Herz

    All in the family

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • YMCA Tower

    Grapevine: New guard at Rotary Club

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • Irina Bokova meets Haifa mayor

    UNESCO director-general hails joint work with Israel

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • 'If we call up reservists, the world will say we attacked'

    By LAHAV HARKOV

  • Netanyahu and Peres award honor to Dr. Zvi Tzamere

    Peres: We must work to form good ties, especially with US

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • Opposition leader Tzipi Livni

    Mofaz meets with Lieberman

    By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN

  • A WORKER plows the field in a still from the Christian Broadcasting documentary

    Israeli doctors bring cataract eye treatment to the developing world

    By NOA AMOUYAL

  • Golda Meir

    Golda Meir biography takes top honor in National Jewish Book Awards

    By JTA