Political Who’s Who Show Up for Wedding of Ex-labor Chief

Among guests in wedding of Eini and attorney Ravit Doum were President Rivlin, outgoing Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar, Alfred Akirov and Yitzhak Tshuva.

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Eini and Doum.
Eini and Doum. Credit: Assaf Lev
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Hundreds of well-wishers, including a who’s who of Israel’s political leadership, attended the wedding of former Histadrut labor federation chairman Ofer Eini and attorney Ravit Doum, the head of Histadrut’s Amal education network. Attendees included President Reuven Rivlin, who thanked Eini for his contribution to society.

Government ministers present included outgoing Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar and his wife Geula Even, Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz, Limor Livnat, Gilad Erdan, Naftali Bennett and Silvan Shalom.

Also present were businessmen Alfred Akirov and Yitzhak Tshuva, “X-Ray” Rabbi Yaakov Ifergan and former Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi. This is the second marriage for both Eini, 55, and Doum, 41.

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