Son of Na’ama and Menashe was born on February 10, 1927 in Tiberias, a year after his parents immigrated to Israel from Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, and later moved to Jerusalem where he began studying in the Talmud Torah and continued in elementary school. To work to help his family in his poor economic situation, he worked exhausting work in the bakery ten hours a day or more, and he brought his salary to his home, but he studied evening classes at Hanoar Haoved, and after two years worked in the bakery he decided to study a profession and was accepted as a trainee to a place of work In spite of his hard life he was a cheerful character, an excellent athlete and a player of the Hapoel soccer team in Jerusalem. He was a member of the Haganah before the outbreak of the riots, and received his first training, and at the outbreak of the War of Independence he joined the defense of Jerusalem and its environs and was Simcha to see the military strength of the growing Jewish community. As an expert in the battles in the capital’s suburbs, Sheikh Jarrah, Hadassah buildings, etc., he set out with his platoon to ambush Arab transport on the Jerusalem-Ramallah road and were attacked by an Arab mob on their way to Atarot And most of the members of the platoon fell in battle on the 23rd of Adar I 5708 (March 4, 1948), including Meir. He was buried in Sanhedria in Jerusalem. On the 5th of Elul 5711 (6.9.1951), he was put to rest at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.