Son of-Hanna and Pinchas was born on January 8, 1919 in Aden, a British colony on the Yemen border, where Nissim received a traditional education and studied in a “cheder,” as is customary in his community.In 1943 he immigrated to Israel and settled in Petach Tikvah, And worked for three years in the British army camps. After that, he received a permanent job at the “Bratz” factory, supported his family with honor and rented a monthly stipend to support his parents who remained in Aden. Since immigrating to Israel he has been a member of the Haganah, and was drafted into the Alexandroni Brigade and held guard duties assigned to him at the beginning of the War of Independence. After a hard day of work, he separated from his wife, distributed sweets and shields to his daughters, kissed them and set out for the outpost, and when the telephone connection between his outpost and the nearby outpost, which was 600 to 700 meters away, On the way, near Rosh HaAyin, onthe 17th of Heshvon, November 19, 1948. Nissim was laid to rest at the military cemetery in Petah Tikva, followed by a pregnant wife and three little girls.