Barzan, Salha-Shulamit (Shuli)
Daughter of Zvi and flourished. She was born on June 9, 1955 in Tel Aviv, as a twin sister of a family of Babylonians. She began her elementary studies at the Shivat Zion school in Or Yehuda. Shuli was instantly appalled by the fact that she was blessed with an open mind and a love for her studies, and that she was a good and disciplined girl, intelligent and loved by her friends. One day, when she was on her mission, she was on the verge of a road accident, which only miraculously left her unharmed, and after the first shock, she was once again as graceful and cheerful as before. “Forty days after that accident, the death angel of the roads again lurked against Shuli, this time unable to evade the death trap she had laid for her and some of her friends on the journey. She was brought to rest in the military cemetery in Kiryat Shaul, leaving behind her parents, two sisters and three brothers, as well as many friends, and Shuli’s commandant wrote to the bereaved family: “Shlomit was one of the female soldiers The best in the unit,She was kind, smiling and grateful to all her friends and friends. “The educational counselor of the school where Shuli attended was eulogizing her:” She was not just a pretty girl, handsome and cute. She was all light, warmth, kindness and cordiality. Every encounter that I had with her, when she was in the IDF uniform and she was so proud of her, was a continuation of her radiance, a shula that glowed, matured, lured even more, and was filled with pink plans of young life that were being woven. The symbol of the animals and the sharpness of life, but to think about Shula in the past tense is really impossible. ” The family donated a Torah scroll to a local synagogue, in its memory.