Ahdut HaAvoda

  • ahdut haavoda

    אַחְדוּת הַעֲבוֹדָה
    leaderyitzhak tabenkin
    yigal allon
    foundedmarch 1919 (ahdut haavoda)
    1944 (ahdut haavoda movement)
    1954 (ahdut haavoda - poale zion)
    dissolved23 january 1968
    split frompoale zion (1919)
    mapai (1944)
    mapam (1954)
    merged intomapai (5 jan 1930)
    mapam (1948)
    labor party (1968)
    newspaperlamerhav (hebrew)
    folksblatt (yiddish)
    ideologylabor zionism
    political positionleft-wing
    alliancesalignment (1965–1968)
    most mks10 (1955–1959)
    fewest mks4 (1954–1955)
    election symbol
    תו
    • politics of israel
    • political parties
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    ahdut haavoda (hebrew: אַחְדוּת הַעֲבוֹדָה, lit. labour unity) was the name used by a series of political parties. ahdut haavoda in its first incarnation was led by david ben-gurion. it was first established during the period of british mandate and later became part of the israeli political establishment. it was one of the forerunners of the modern-day israeli labor party.

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Ahdut HaAvoda

אַחְדוּת הַעֲבוֹדָה
LeaderYitzhak Tabenkin
Yigal Allon
FoundedMarch 1919 (Ahdut HaAvoda)
1944 (Ahdut HaAvoda Movement)
1954 (Ahdut HaAvoda - Poale Zion)
Dissolved23 January 1968
Split fromPoale Zion (1919)
Mapai (1944)
Mapam (1954)
Merged intoMapai (5 Jan 1930)
Mapam (1948)
Labor Party (1968)
NewspaperLaMerhav (Hebrew)
Folksblatt (Yiddish)
IdeologyLabor Zionism
Political positionLeft-wing
AlliancesAlignment (1965–1968)
Most MKs10 (1955–1959)
Fewest MKs4 (1954–1955)
Election symbol
תו

Ahdut HaAvoda (Hebrew: אַחְדוּת הַעֲבוֹדָה, lit. Labour Unity) was the name used by a series of political parties. Ahdut HaAvoda in its first incarnation was led by David Ben-Gurion. It was first established during the period of British Mandate and later became part of the Israeli political establishment. It was one of the forerunners of the modern-day Israeli Labor Party.