Son of Eliyahu and Paula who wandered throughout Poland and the Soviet Union to Palestine. He was born on February 28, 1948 in the DP camp in the American Zone of Germany. About twenty months after his birth his family immigrated to Israel and settled in Ramle. The family set up a grocery store in this immigrant town in the early part of the country, where they found their livelihood. Moshe was two years old when you gave him away from his father, and this left him deeply impressed. After the father’s death, he joined his mother and their relatives living in Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot. He attended primary school and high school. In the first year of his studies, Moshe became ill with pneumonia, but in the first months of second grade he caught up with his studies. He was a member of the Hakibbutz Hameuchad Brigade and since he was an excellent athlete, he guided and played in the Hapoel Lohamei Hagetaot basketball team. He was interested in techniques in various industries (such as electronics, electricity, and mechanics). Until the 11th grade he worked in the cowshed, and he was curious and inquisitive, pushing him to dismantle old machines and put them together again, and in the 11th grade he went to study in agro-mechanics at Yad Natan and went to work in the garage. But this tendency to technical subjects did not diminish his interest in humane studies, and he frequently published his writings in the pamphlets of the children’s booklet and the youthful class. In 1966, Moshe completed his studies and went with his contemporaries and members of the Mahanot Ha’olim group for training at Ma’agan Michael. Moshe was drafted into the IDF at the end of September 1966. The Six-Day War found him before the end of his basic training and before he was able to take part in a combat squad course he participated in the Battle of Um-Katef. In September 1967, he completed a platoon commander’s course and a paratroopers course, and was then sent to an officers’ course, which he completed in October 1968. His brother, Pesach, told him afterwards that the practicality was one of his outstanding qualities. It was never during his military service that Moshe spoke with hatred of the Arabs, saying that the war was a necessity forced on us, and therefore it was a defensive war for us. , To do his duty and even more He sank and sang on the plains of Jericho. He served as an officer in the Nahal paramilitary brigade, underwent a commando course and was given a green background for his parachuting wings, and was injured in his leg and was hospitalized at Tel Hashomer Hospital in April-June 1969. He was promoted to lieutenant. To be released from the army and made various efforts to fulfill the tasks imposed on him in the paratroop brigade. After his discharge from the IDF he received a one-year leave from the agriculture and worked as a locksmith in Eilat, where he was called up for reserve duty in early 1970. He returned to the Suez Canal on July 22, 1970, He was brought to rest in the cemetery of Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot, and a booklet was published in his memory entitled “Moshele”.