|Date of birth||20 July 1971|
|Place of birth||Jerusalem, Israel|
|Faction represented in Knesset|
|2019||United Torah Judaism|
|2020–||United Torah Judaism|
Pindros is the eldest son of American immigrants Moshe and Zelda, who moved to Israel and settled in Jerusalem. He attended Yeshivat Aderet Eliyahu, before marrying at the age of 19 and moving to the Beitar Illit settlement. Between 1991 and 1996 he worked as an advisor to Moshe Leibovitz, the head of Beitar Illit local council, before being elected deputy leader of the council in 1996 on behalf of Degel HaTorah.
In 2001 Pindros ran for mayor of Beitar Illit, unseating the incumbent mayor Yehuda Gerlitz. He was defeated in 2007 by Meir Rubinstein. He subsequently became a member of Jerusalem City Council in 2008, becoming deputy mayor and portfolio holder for sanitation and city improvements. He was eighteenth on the United Torah Judaism list (an alliance of Degel HaTorah and Agudat Yisrael) for the 2013 elections, but the alliance won only seven seats. He was twenty-second on the list for the 2015 Knesset elections, in which UTJ won six seats. In 2016 he became acting mayor of Jerusalem.
Prior to the 2018 local elections he resigned from Jerusalem City Council and as deputy mayor in order to contest the mayoral election in El'ad. However, he was subsequently barred from contesting the elections as he was not a permanent resident of the city. In the build-up to the April 2019 Knesset elections he was placed eighth on the UTJ list. He was subsequently elected to the Knesset as the faction won eight seats. However, he lost his seat in the September 2019 elections when UTJ was reduced to seven seats. He re-entered the Knesset in June 2020 as a replacement for Meir Porush, who had resigned under the Norwegian Law after being appointed to the cabinet.
- How The Israeli Secular Media Sees The Beitar Election The Yeshiva World, 1 November 2007
- 2013 United Torah Judaism list Israel Democracy Institute
- 2015 United Torah Judaism list Central Elections Committee
- IT’S FINAL: Pindrus is Disqualified from Running for Mayor in Elad The Yeshiva World, 22 October 2018
- 2019 United Torah Judaism list Central Elections Committee
- תוצאות האמת של הבחירות לכנסת ה-21 Central Elections Committee, 9 April 2019
- Likud wins additional Knesset seat Arutz Sheva, 24 September 2019
- Yitzhak Pindros on the Knesset website