The only son of Zipporah and Yehiel Michael was born on 12.1.1915 in Vienna, the capital of Austria, but his place of residence was in Cracow, Poland. In 1935 he immigrated to Israel with his parents and continued his studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Department of Jewish Studies. While a student at the university, he devoted himself to cultural activity among Hanoar Haoved. During the bloody riots of 1936 he was a member of the Haganah and since 1936 he served as a guard, and in 1939 he participated in a course for commanders in Kiryat Anavim. After completing his studies at the university and receiving a master’s degree in Jewish studies, he served as a teacher at the Reali School in Haifa and at the Rehavia Gymnasium in Jerusalem. In his teaching work, he saw a holy mission, as evidenced by his workmates, and he devoted himself all his life. Was Bar-Orian and Bar-Da’at, a man of the book, a book lover and devoted to his work and his students. Because of these virtues we will love everything. He found great satisfaction in his work as a lecturer at a seminar for Cyprus refugee counselors. With the outbreak of the War of Independence he volunteered and filled various positions in the Haganah at night – while on the day he continued to teach. Yisrael-Moshe was wounded in the defense of Bayit Vegan in Jerusalem and died of his wounds on the 27th of Adar 5748 (7.4.1948). He was buried in Sanhedria in Jerusalem. He was 33 when he died. He left a wife, a six-year-old boy and the parents. He left many works in literature and Jewish studies. On April 24, 1952, he was laid to rest at the military cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.