Ben Simcha and Massoud. Isaac was born in Morocco on the 11th of Shvat, 5706 (February 3, 1955). The family immigrated to Israel and Yitzchak, Itzik, by those who came to him, studied in his hometown of Ashdod at the “Moriah” elementary school and later in the “B” high school. On April 23, 1976, he enlisted in the Paratroopers Brigade, where he fought in the Yom Kippur War in the “Chinese Farm.” During the Lebanon War, Yitzhak proved to be an excellent commanding officer. When he was attacked by a platoon, he charged the head of the platoon to the terrorists and acted bravely, and later established the “traffic artery” unit in the Border Police. For seventeen years Yitzhak served in the security forces. He was a responsible officer, serious and consistent, and his subordinates had pain and a friend. He was a devoted son and a supportive and helpful brother, and he was also an attentive ear to the family. According to them, he did not tell his family about his activities in order to save them from worry. Superintendent Yitzhak fell during his service on November 28, 1989. He was thirty-four years old in his death, buried in the Ashdod military cemetery, and was followed by a wife, Livnat, and two children.