Avigdor Kahalani is a very well-known war hero in Israel. Thanks to his heroism and leadership, he and his tank crew succeeded in defeating a Syrian tank unit with more than ten times the amount of tanks than them. Israel was literally saved thanks to his heroism.
Avigdor Kahalani is today on the board of the Moskowitz Prize for Zionism. The ceremony is taking place on Monday May 7th in Jerusalem.
The Moskowitz Prize is an amazing celebration of Zionism and the heroes of our modern state of Israel!
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The Moskowitz Prize is Zionism! Avigdor Kahalani is a true Zionist, who wants to pass down the dedication to our people and our country to the next generation, and the next generation, and the next…!
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Interviewing Avigdor Kahalani
It was a true pleasure to meet and speak with this Israeli war hero.
The State of Israel literally exists today thanks to Avigdor Kahalani’s bravery in defeating the Syrian tank forces on the Golan Heights in the 1973 Yom Kippur war. Click here to watch the full interview.
Kahalani speaks about his injury in the 1967 war in the Gaza Strip. He speaks about being a commander in the miraculous battle on the Golan Heights in the 1973 war. He speaks about why Israel can never give away the Golan Heights. And he talks about what makes the Moskowitz Prize so special!