Pinchas Sapir: A Pillar of Israeli Politics

Pinchas Sapir, originally named Kozlovski, (October 15, 1906 – August 12, 1975) stands as an emblematic figure in Israeli politics, having served as the third Finance Minister of Israel. He emerged as one of the most prominent political figures in the third quarter of the 20th century within the country. Often hailed as the "father of the Israeli economy," Sapir's tenacity and unwavering dedication to his objectives played a significant role in earning him this title.

In terms of foreign policy, Sapir held unique positions: he opposed the continued occupation of territories and the establishment of settlements due to economic and demographic concerns. However, despite these views, he supported then Prime Minister Golda Meir.

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