Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made Time Magazine's 2011 list of the top 100 most influential people in the world, published by on Thursday.

In the brief article accompanying Netanyahu's name on the list, Richard Haass, head of the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations, wrote "He is on record supporting a demilitarized Palestinian state. But few details have been filled in. We will soon learn more."

Other people making the list for 2011 were Justin Bieber and Wael Ghonim, the Egyptian Google executive who was credited with embodying the Egyptian revolution.

Time wrote that about the people on the list "Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even revolution."