|Date of birth||25 November 1950|
|Place of birth||Morocco|
|Year of aliyah||1959|
|Knessets||16, 17, 18|
|Party represented in Knesset|
|2006||Minister of Health|
|2006–2007||Minister without Portfolio|
|2007–2008||Minister of Immigrant Absorption|
|2007–2009||Minister of Negev & Galilee Development|
Ya'akov Edri (Hebrew: יעקב אדרי, also spelt Edery or Edrey, born 25 November 1950) is an Israeli politician. He served as a member of the Knesset for Likud and Kadima between 2003 and 2013, as well as holding the posts of Minister of Immigrant Absorption, Minister of Negev and Galilee Development, Minister of Health and a Minister without Portfolio.
Between 1989 and 2003, he served as mayor of Or Akiva, where he currently resides. In 2003, he was elected to the Knesset on the Likud list. On 10 March 2003, he was appointed Deputy Minister of Internal Security. In late November 2005, he resigned from Likud and joined Kadima. On 18 January 2006 he was appointed Minister of Health and the Minister for the Development of the Negev and the Galilee.
Edri retained his seat in the 2006 elections, and on 27 July was named Minister without Portfolio responsible for Jerusalem Affairs. As part of a cabinet reshuffle in July 2007 he became both Minister of Immigrant Absorption and Minister of Negev and Galilee Development. He lost the former portfolio on 14 July 2008 when Eli Aflalo was appointed to the post.
On 25 February 2007 he was appointed to be responsible for Israel's sixtieth anniversary celebrations. On the same day, he was questioned under caution on suspicion of having tried to receive personal benefits in return for promoting a police commander, Ya'akov Zigdon, whilst he was Deputy Minister of Internal Security. He denied the charges.
He retained his seat in the 2009 elections after being placed thirteenth on the Kadima list. On 5 December 2012, in the days leading up to the 2013 elections, with polls showing Kadima either barely getting into the Knesset or not even passing the threshold, Edri announced he would not be contesting the elections.
- Minister Edrey questioned on bid to receive personal favors Haaretz, 26 February 2007
- Weisman, Leilach (5 December 2012). "בחירות 2013: דליה איציק פורשת מהחיים הפוליטיים" [Elections 2013: Dalia Itzik resigns from the politicalarena]. Globes (in Hebrew) (Globes). Retrieved 5 December 2012.