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Ayelet Shaked

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Ayelet Shaked
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Personal details
BornAyelet Ben Shaul
7 May 1976 (age 39)
Tel AvivIsrael
NationalityIsraeli
Political partythe Jewish Home
Professionsoftware engineer
Marketing executive
Politician
ReligionSecular Judaism
Ayelet Shaked (pronounced ShahKED[needs Hebrew IPA]) (Hebrewאיילת שקד; born 7 May 1976) is an Israelipolitician[1] and computer engineer. She is a member of the Knesset for the Jewish Home in the 2013 Knesset elections, and currently holds third place on the party's list.
She is a secular politician, who began her career in the Tel Aviv hi-techindustry.[2][3] On 6 May 2015, it was reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had agreed to appoint Shaked as justice minister as part of a plan to form a new coalition government.[4][5][6]

Early life and career
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Ayelet Shaked was born Ayelet Ben Shaul in Tel Aviv, to an upper-middle-class family. Her mother was Ashkenazi (whose family immigrated from Russia in the 1880s) and politically left wing; her father was an Iraqi Jew and votedLikud.[7] She grew up in the Bavlineighbourhood of Tel Aviv. She served in the IDF as an infantry instructor in theGolani Brigade.
At Tel Aviv University, she obtained aBSc in electrical engineering andcomputer science. She began her career in the Tel Aviv high-tech industry,[2]working as a software engineer atTexas Instruments, later becoming manager of marketing at Texas Instruments.
Ayelet Shaked with Reuven Rivlin,President of Israel in consultations after the elections, March 23, 2015

Public career
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From 2006 to 2008, she was office director for the office of Benjamin Netanyahu. From 2010 to 2012, she established My Israel with Naftali Bennett.
From the end of 2011, she campaigned against illegal immigration from Africa to Israel, saying that it poses a threat to the state and also involves severe economic damage.[8] She also campaigned against Galei Tzahalsaying it had a "left leaning agenda".[9]
In January 2012 Shaked was elected to serve as the coordinator of Likud; however, in June 2012 she resigned. On November 14, 2012 she took third place in the Knesset party primaries, and after their joining with HaIhud HaLeumi she was placed in the fifth spot in the joint register for elections for the 19th Knesset. The Bayit Yehudi list won 12 seats, and Shaked became the only secular Member of Bayit Yehudi in the Knesset.
In the 19th Knesset she is a member of the following committees: Economic Affairs, House Committee, Committee on Foreign Workers and is an Alternate Member in the Finance Committee.
She chairs the Knesset committee for the Enforcement of the Security Service Law and the National-Civilian Service Law and the Special Committee for the Equal Sharing of the Burden Bill.
She serves as the head of the Knesset Lobby for Infiltrators, the Lobby for Israeli Literature and the Encouragement of Reading in Israel and the Lobby for Jonathan Pollard. She serves as a member of the Lobby to Promote the Employment of Arab Women Academics, the Lobby for Female Knesset Members, Lobby for Equality in Employment, Lobby for Reserve Soldiers, the Lobby for alliances with Christians, the Lobby for the Hi-Tech Industry in Israel, and others.

Personal life
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She is married with two children and lives in Bavli. Her husband is a fighter-pilot. She is secular. She campaigns for women's rights and for the integration of women into the military.

Facebook post concerning article by Uri Elitzur
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On June 30, 2014, Shaked posted an article from speechwriter Uri Elitzur onFacebook.[10] The Facebook post was variously described in the media as calling Palestinian children as "little snakes" and appearing to justify mass punishment of Palestinians.[11][12][13][14]
In response to the reaction to her posting of Elitzur's article on Facebook, Shaked wrote an op-ed saying that the quote from her Facebook post was portrayed inaccurately by The Daily Beast‍ '​s reporter Gideon Resnick and that his misrepresentation was copied by other reporters:
"Resnick actually suggested I compared Palestinian children to 'little snakes,' and accused me of fomenting Palestinian genocide. This vilification was later picked up by several bloggers and reporters, all of whom were convinced of this frightening notion, without even a scrap of fact or truth. ... Perhaps it's his own ignorance of the Hebrew language. ... All Resnick had to do to make Elitzur's sober, legally minded discussion sound like a speech made by Hitler himself, was to cherry pick words out of context. ... As an aside, I’ll point out that a week laterThe Daily Beast finally removed one blatant lie from Resnick's original article, where he accused me of being the author of statements I never made."[10]
In a speech to members of the Turkishparliament, Prime Minister Erdoğan said that Shaked's mindset was no different from Adolf Hitler's and condemned Israel for "systematic atrocity and state terror" against the Palestinian people since 1948.[15] Israeli Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu and the leader of Israeli leftist Meretz party, Zehava Gal-On, criticized Erdoğan for these comments.[16]

Awards and recognition
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Shaked is the recipient of theAbramowitz Israeli Prize for Media Criticism.[17] In 2012, she was included in the Globes list of the 50 most influential women.[citation needed]

References
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  1. "Gaza Crisis: Turkey PM Erdogan Compares Israeli Politician Ayelet Shaked to Adolf Hitler"International Business Times.
  2. Talks with a Tel Aviv SettlerHaaretz, 22.06.2012
  3. Meet the most surprising candidate of "Jewish Home" NRG 11/26/2012
  4. Azulay, Moran (May 6, 2015)."Netanyahu gives Bayit Yehudi's Shaked the Justice Ministry, but with limited powers"Ynetnews (Tel AvivIsrael). Retrieved May 6, 2015Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed Wednesday to appoint Bayit Yehudi MK Ayelet Shaked as justice minister, but insisted that her powers be curtailed.
  5. "In the 11th hour, Netanyahu finalizes 61-strong coalition"The Times of Israel (Jerusalem). May 6, 2015. Retrieved May 6, 2015Prime minister reaches deal with Jewish home’s Bennett, finalizing a right-wing government; two men set to deliver a statement; Ayelet Shaked will be named justice minister.
  6. Heller, Jeffery (May 6, 2015)."Netanyahu clinches deal to form new Israeli government"Reuters (London). Retrieved May 6, 2015.
  7. Julie Wiener, Who is Ayelet Shaked, Israel’s new justice minister?, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, May 7, 2015
  8. בקרוב: מאה אלף מסתננים בישראלmako | פורסם 16/11/11 15:20:30
  9. interview in jewishjournal.com
  10. Shaked, Ayelet (July 16, 2014)."Exposing militant leftist propaganda".The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved July 18,2014.
  11. Abunimah, Ali (7 July 2014). "Israeli lawmaker’s call for genocide of Palestinians gets thousands of Facebook likes"Electronic Intifada. Retrieved 12 May 2015.
  12. Wiener, Julie (7 May 2014). "Who is Ayelet Shaked, Israel’s new justice minister?"Jewish Telegraph Agency.
  13. Tharoor, Ishaan (7 May 2014)."Israel’s new justice minister considers all Palestinians to be ‘the enemy’".Washington Post. Retrieved 12 May2015.
  14. O'Grady, Siobhan (7 May 2014). "The New Face of Israel’s Hard Right".Foreign Policy. Retrieved 12 May 2015.
  15. "Israeli Politician Declares 'War' on 'the Palestinian People'"Haaretz.
  16. Keinon, Herb (July 20, 2014)."Netanyahu finally calls out Erdogan for anti-Semitic statements"The Jerusalem Post.
  17. Meltzer, Yoel (August 15, 2012). "An Interview with Ayelet Shaked, Secular Candidate for HaBayit HaYehudi". The Jerusalem Post.

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