Ben Miriam and Zion. He was born on January 1, 1981. In Hadera, he was the son of his parents, brother to Moshe, Idan and Chen, attended the Tachkemoni State Religious School and went on to the Beit Shmuel High School in Hadera, Electronics and Electricity. In addition to his studies, Eliran was an active member of the Bnei Akiva movement. Eliran grew up to be a charming, cheerful, smiling man with a wonderful sense of humor. The love of others characterized him, his eyes and his perpetual smile reflected his kindness, and his peace of mind stuck to all his surroundings. He was always surrounded by friends who loved him and sought his closeness. Already as a boy he was a mature man in his soul, and he could see things intelligently and clearly. His favorite sport was soccer, and his favorite team was Beitar Jerusalem, where Eliran loved computers so he could sit for hours in front of the computer screen until he was able to work perfectly. He also wrote a series of songs, and especially liked to paint – Eliran painted wonderful paintings, hearts, aliens, elves, etc. After graduating high school Eliran continued to class 13 at the Technological College of the Ordnance Corps and at the end he was certified as an electronics technician. In September 2000, Eliran enlisted in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for the Ordnance Corps, where he underwent a “Raven” technician course and was stationed at the Optronics Workshop in the Shimshon camp in the north of Israel. “A. Eliran’s commander, Eliran, told us: “Eliran came to us with great energy and spirit of volunteerism, and immediately volunteered to help members maintain the advanced missile systems.” Eliran performed his role with great success and in a worthy manner to emulate him. “I remember the personal conversations with Eliran, in which he spoke of his desire to enlist in the help of other departments in the workshop, all for the sake of the unit’s compliance with the needs of the system and the goals … Eliran’s special sense of humor made us all laugh, He could have been among the first-rate entertainers God. “When Eliran returned from the army for a vacation, he never complained about the difficulties of his service, he always liked to go out and meet the guys and exchange experiences about the military experience. (5.6.2002) Eliran was killed in a terrorist attack at the Megiddo junction, and he boarded an 830 bus on his way from his home in Hadera to a base in the north. Twenty-one was Eliran in his fall, and after his death he was promoted to the rank of sergeant. He was laid to rest at the military cemetery in Hadera. Survived by his parents and three brothers. The chief of staff, Lt. Col. Shaul Mofaz, wrote to the family: “Eliran’s commanders testify that he was a diligent and clever soldier, who demonstrated a high professional ability and a strong desire to contribute and succeed.” Eliran was loved and loved by those around him. ” Yigal, Eliran’s commander, eulogized him: “You were a member of the soul, one with whom we would go to war, a guy we trusted with our eyes closed, you always loved to help everyone, volunteered first for every mission. To commemorate Eliran’s memory, his parents brought a Torah scroll to Beit Yosef Beit Yosef in Givat Olga. In memory of Eliran, a garden was set up next to his parents’ house on Irus Street, and a Torah scroll was added to his memory for the conference hallThe Rashbi in Hadera, may his memory be blessed.