Cohen, Avraham-Zelig (Zigu)
Son of Hinda and Shaul, was born on 28.5.1930 in the city of Galatz, Romania, where he completed his Zionist activities in Betar. He survived the events of the war and the Holocaust that the Jews of occupied Europe underwent, and in 1945 he boarded the Knesset Israel ship, was caught with all its passengers and held for eight months in a camp in Cyprus. When he arrived in Israel, he went to agricultural training in a Betar youth farm in Shuni, near Binyamina, where he continued to work there and to work in the Irgun underground. In the winter of 1948, when the War of Independence broke out in the wake of the UN General Assembly resolution, he volunteered for combat service with the Irgun, and before leaving for duty he told his friends: “I have parents in a Cyprus camp and a sister in the Netherlands. I do not know if I will be able to see them. To all. “He completed an Irgun course for bowlers and was one of the best soldiers and machine-gunners in the battles against Jaffa and later in an attack on Ramle, where he fell on the 16th of Iyar 5708 (May 16, 1948.) 1952) was brought to rest in the military cemetery in Kiryat Shaul.