Son of Shalom and Miriam. He was born on November 23, 1950 in Hadera. He studied at the Yesodei HaTorah elementary school in Rosh Ha’ayin, and also studied continuing education at the Otzar HaTalmud high school in Ramat Gan. As a child he was cheerful and loved by all his friends. After a year of studies he left the Mossad and began working as a diamond dealer in Tel Aviv. Over time he enrolled in the Judo Training Institute and developed a great deal of physical strength. Zion was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces in February 1969. During his training he was able to rescue a wounded man from a minefield, and he loaded the injured man on his back and moved toward the place where the stretcher was placed. When he reached her he did not put the wounded man on her but went to the rescue point and stepped on the stretcher, as it turned out that the stretcher had been placed on a mine and the mine had exploded, and he was taken to Tel Hashomer Hospital and hospitalized there for a few days. Suffering from pain and suffering, but even after they had cut his leg, he overcame his pain Even when he was lying on his deathbed, he urged his family to go to another house to visit his friend who had been lying there, because he knew that the wounded friend’s parents were living far away, and that no one would visit him. Before his death, he asked his brother to assure him that even if he passed away, his brother would continue to visit his wounded friend On 15 September 1970, after five days of suffering and pain, he died of his wounds while carrying out his duties. To rest in the military cemetery in Kiryat Shaul. The commander of the unit wrote to the family in a letter of condolence: “Zion was an excellent soldier, dedicated and responsible, and I knew him as a soldier who was capable of performing any function that was best assigned to him. , While he was quick to rescue a wounded soldier, who did not hesitate when he decided to do so, which was characteristic of all his service in the army, saving the life of a friend and saving one soul from Israel. In Zion’s memory, a neighborhood sports group was established in Rosh Ha’ayin. His family donated a Torah scroll to his synagogue in Rosh Ha’ayin.