High Commissioner - Sir Herbert Louis Samuel until 30 June; Herbert Onslow Plumer
Emir of Transjordan - Abdullah I bin al-Hussein
Prime Minister of Transjordan - 'Ali Rida Basha al-Rikabi
6 February - The official opening ceremony of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
1 April - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem campus on Mount Scopus is opened at a gala ceremony attended by the leaders of the Jewish world, distinguished scholars and public figures, and British dignitaries, including the Earl of Balfour, Viscount Allenby and Sir Herbert Samuel.
1 May - The founding of the kibbutz Givat HaShlosha by group of Jewish immigrants from Poland.
1 June - The first edition of the Hebrew-language daily newspaper "Davar" is published under the name Davar - Iton Poalei Eretz Yisrael (lit. Davar - Newspaper of Eretz Yisrael Workers).
6 December - Second Assembly of Jewish Representatives elected.
The founding of the moshav Ramatayim, one of the four original communities of Jewish agriculturalists that combined in 1964 to form Hod Hasharon.
6 January - Uzi Narkiss, distinguished Israeli nuclear physicist (died 1997).
10 March - Mordechai Alkahi, Irgun member and one of the Olei Hagardom (died 1947).
9 April - Kamal Nasser, Palestinian Arab politician, PLO leader, writer and poet (died 1973).
14 May - Yuval Ne'eman, Israeli physicist and politician (died 2006).
25 May - Moshe Gidron, Israeli military officer, major general in the IDF (died 2009).
7 June - Reuven Shefer, Israeli actor (died 2011).
24 December - Yafa Yarkoni, Israeli singer.
25 December - Geulah Cohen, former Israeli politician and journalist.
Full date unknown
Walid Khalidi, Palestinian Arab historian who has written extensively on the Palestinian exodus.
1925 in Mandatory Palestine Wikipedia
Events in the year 1925 in the British Mandate of Palestine.