Son of Jamila and Salah. He was born on February 16, 1970, in Daliyat al-Carmel. Brother to two sisters and four brothers. As a resident of Daliyat al-Carmel, Sa’ad studied and was educated in the second grade school, and in 1988 graduated with honors from the Kuftan Halabi High School. From childhood he was a diligent student who helped the family and the family. The summer vacations from school spent in the family butcher shop, where he worked. Sa’ad enlisted in the IDF on October 13, 1988, progressed in his duties and graduated with honors with the Officers Course at Training Base 1 (Training Base). In 1992 Sa’ad graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of Haifa. At the same time, from 1992, he completed a number of positions in the IDF and climbed the ranks: In 1995, Sa’ad completed his MBA in Haifa University, where he was awarded the rank of lieutenant colonel in May 2006, . Sa’ad was in charge of special projects designed to benefit IDF soldiers in the field of civilian medicine, and he was a breakthrough in his field … Brigadier General Nachman Ash, chief medical officer, said: “Saad’s special personality influenced So that it took a central place in the Medical and Logistics Corps. ” Indeed, Sa’ad won the Major General’s Award, the head of the Technological and Logistics Division, and represented the IDF and the State in military missions abroad in general and in the United States in particular. As part of his military service, Sa’ad studied in the United States at Naval School California. In 2010 he studied for a doctorate in economics at the University of Haifa. But a few days after the submission of the final work he died. Sa’ad supported the family, parents and brothers, and used to advise his family on social and economic issues. In 2009 Sa’ad’s father died and in October 2009 his mother, Jamila, died. Rafik and Hura Kador, the parents of his wife Alia, were very fond of him, and they had pain and a mother. Alia said: “Sa’ad was a man of tradition, a believer in goodness and of high values, a father and a good husband, and an active member of society. He was well connected and well-acclimatized with people. He was acceptable to others, respected and loved others and helped people around him. “He said. He was an exemplary family man and was able to give infinite love to his wife and children. On his wife’s birthday he wrote her a poem: “Alia, you are a heart that is full of emotions, you are a flower that gives perfume to your feelings / your cheeks are more beautiful than marble, your voice is like birds singing / My light, I feel that it has been days and months / if all the girls gathered around you in the nursery, the beautiful flowers. ” Saad, an officer and a gentleman, a commander estimated by his commanders and soldiers, served in his last position as head of the budget branch at the Medical Services Center 8280 in the Logistics Corps. Brigadier General Birenboim, Saad’s commander, stressed that despite the fact that this was Khalil’s first assignment in the ranks of the Medical Corps, he quickly became integrated and professionalized. “Khalil was a very innovative person in his approach and led many important moves in the center Including the outsourcing of medical services and the opening of physiotherapy clinics for combat soldiers, “testified Colonel Birnbaum. “Although he was very professional in his field, he kept a human eye and always remembered the people behind the numbers,” added the commander of the company. He was an amazing commander for his soldiers. “Major Gilad remembers Lieutenant Colonel Khalil – his commander for five years – as a calm and smiling man:” He always conveyed calm and encouraged everyone, no matter what the gravity of the situation … The industry for considerable achievements. ” Hadar Yehonatan, former head of Sa’ad’s bureau, wrote: “It’s lucky that the IDF has commanders like you. I do not stop herRemember with your goodness, with wisdom and with special humor … In my difficult moments as an officer I remembered Khalil and I would say that I was blessed with commanders like him, who failed and taught and gave security, so nothing can break me. Thank you for what you gave me as commander and as a person and for all the listening in the difficult moments. I will miss you very much, salute you, dear commander … Every day I remember how you accompanied me, how in the moments of your captivity you were there, and if something did not work, you taught me to fight for what I want and what I think … “You wanted to know that everything was fine and that I had not broken … You taught me what security and power are!” Mazid Halabi, his personal driver, said: “You were a charming person whom I no longer met like you. I spent three years with you … a period I will never forget. The experiences, the trips, the laughs on the way, and the most important thing that I learned from you a lot of things, and especially not to break down but always to deal with all the situations and difficulties and not to surrender … Saad, you were an amazing person who loved life and loved everyone … I salute you In my name and in the name of all the Medical Services Center (Tel Hashomer), you must be a personal example of each and every one of us. ” Saad was optimistic and devoted to work, very respectable and modest. Helping others, and esteem and consideration for others, were a guiding light. Sa’ad was a man of high caliber, with high ambitions, proven successes, and achieved his impressive achievements thanks to his abilities and strengths. During a sports day of his unit, when he was training in the fitness center of the Yamit 2000 water park in Holon, he suffered a heart attack and collapsed. After several failed CPR attempts, a Magen David Adom doctor was summoned to the scene to determine his death. Lt. Col. Sa’ad Khalil fell during his duty on 24.10.2010. He was forty years old when he fell. He was laid to rest at a military ceremony at the Isfiya cemetery. Survived by a wife – Alia, two children – Vissal and Ryan, and six brothers – Diab, Aqab, Assad, Suad, Najla, and Barakat. Twelve-year-old Vissal wrote: “My father was a nice father, charming, wise, helpful, loving his family, supportive, helping others, kindhearted, generous, dear father, we will not forget you forever and ever. The people of Israel, dear father, love you Vissal, Ryan and Mama Alia. ” “My father, why did you leave us? Everyone wanted you to stay with us, and you’re the prettiest in the world. “This comes to us with complete surprise, because this is a young and healthy person who has not suffered from health problems before,” recalled Col. Erez Birnbaum, who serves as the commander of the Medical Services Center. The Medical Corps found it difficult to digest the sudden death of Lt. Col. Saad Khalil: “We parted from him so quickly that he surprised us all. He was a noble and loving man, “said Major Sigal Shavit, head of the Budget Control Unit at the center, with her command. “You could ask him anything, he would even help his soldiers prepare for the psychometric exam.” His subordinates testified that he was an amazing person in his modesty and kindness: Tamir: “You were a man who knew how to appreciate, give and help, a commander who knew how to respect, faithful and professional.” Sigal: “Rest in peace, dear man and amazing person, we really miss you … I wanted to thank you for being an amazing, supportive, listening, understanding, smiling, funny, smart person and many other virtues that describe you … Wonderful, you were a good friend when necessary, you served me as an example and will continue to serve forever, for all of us this is a great and unbearable loss, I will never forget you. ” “As a classmate, I met an intelligent person, generous, smart, honest, reliable, a wonderful person,” said his friends in Daliyat al-Carmel.”You are one of the people whose memory is eternity and freedom in the way of life of each and every one, your humanity and your heart and soul have become from the moment of your death a candle to the feet of each of your relatives and friends … We will not live life Which we have become accustomed to, is a loss that has no price. In your death you have been given wisdom and a way of life, how to think about life and deal with it, how not to surrender and achieve your goals, how to be strong and noble even if you were not born that way. You are a dear person, yes, we lost you as an intelligent person, polite, honest, understanding, appreciating, helping, enlightening, a man of freedom and a man of principle of the first order. “In Tel Hashomer, The unit’s discussions determined the image of his portrait.