Oren Hazan Net Worth


Oren Hazan’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Oren Hazan was born on 28 October, 1981. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Oren Hazan’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 28 October 1981
Birthday 28 October
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What is Oren Hazan’s net worth?

Oren Hazan’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Oren Hazan is 40 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Hazan placed 35th in the pre-April 2019 Israeli legislative election Likud primaries, a slot thought to have been too low to have a realistic chance for getting reelected to the Knesset. He therefore re-established the Tzomet party and ran on its list in the elections. His new party garnered only 0.06% of the vote and did not win any seats. Ironically, Likud did end up winning 35 seats, meaning that if Hazan had remained in the Likud party he would have been reelected to the Knesset.

On 9 September 2019, Hazan was sentenced to 100 hours of community service for an incident in 2014 when he had assaulted a civil servant for freezing his mother’s bank account for nonpayment of taxes.


In January 2018, when being interviewed by the BBC, Hazan said, regarding the recently arrested Ahed Tamimi, that he would like to, “kick her in the face” so that she would end up in the hospital.

In July 2018, during an interview to Australian-Israeli activist Avi Yemini, Hazan stated that illegal immigrants from Africa constituted a threat to Israel, which would destroy the country. He suggested Israel should stop African refugees from having children, and that “If we don’t kick them out, they will kick us out. We need to destroy the problem when it is still small.” The South African Jewish Community leaders condemned his remarks as racist.

In September 2018, Hazan was rebuked by the Israeli Foreign Ministry for meeting with the leader of the Bulgarian nationalist party Attack, Volen Siderov, who has previously made anti-Semitic remarks, without notifying the ministry beforehand. Hazan claimed that Siderov privately apologized for his previous statements.


In December, 2017, Hazan stopped a bus on its way to Nafha Prison, telling the Palestinian relatives that the prisoners were “terrorists who belong in the ground”. He shouted at one prisoner’s mother that her son was an “insect” and a “dog”. The Red Cross stated that Israel has a duty to guarantee the safety and dignity of Palestinian families visiting prisoners, and that it “takes very seriously what happened today (Monday)”.

Hazan endorsed the candidature of Marine Le Pen in the 2017 French presidential election, though the Israeli government officially boycotts her National Front movement.

In August 2017, Jerusalem Post reporter Lahav Harkov posted a list of 10 of Oren Hazan’s most outrageous moments.

Hazan lives in the Israeli settlement of Ariel. On 12 February 2017, he married Rinat Kotkovsky, after an engagement lasting just over a month. His first child, a daughter, was born on 28 August 2017.


After election to Knesset, Hazan received membership in Foreign Affairs and Defense and the Knesset Committees, from which he was expelled by Likud, following a string of controversies, including a no-show at the plenum meeting, which led to the ruling coalition bill being rejected. In 2016 due to a series of reports of bullying and rude behavior towards members, colleagues suspended the politician from the floor of the Knesset chamber for a period of six months except for voting. Hazan was the first legislator in the history of the State of Israel to be suspended.


Prior to the 2015 elections, he was placed 30th on the Likud list, a spot reserved for young candidates. He was elected to the Knesset as Likud won 30 seats.

Shortly after his election in 2015, Channel 12 reported that Hazan had hired prostitutes and used hard drugs during a trip to Bulgaria. Hazan sued for libel, but the lawsuit was thrown out of court because the reportage was deemed “responsible, serious journalism and reflected the reality as it was”.


Oren Asaf Hazan (Hebrew: אורן אסף חזן , born 28 October 1981) is an Israeli politician. He served as a member of the Knesset for Likud between 2015 and 2019.

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