Affiliated with the conservative Likud Party, this politician served in the Knesset (the Israeli National Legislature) beginning in 2009. She had previously served as Spokesperson of the Israel Defense Forces.
Before beginning her political career, she earned advanced degrees in education and business. She went on to serve as the Chief Israeli Military Censor.
In 2012, she vocally opposed Sudanese immigration to Israel.
She grew up in Israel's Southern District in a Jewish family of Moroccan heritage.
She and Binyamin ben-Eliezer both had prominent political careers in Israel.