Born in Karlsbad (Czechoslovakia), he studied at a high school in Berlin and studied at his home in literature, becoming the most knowledgeable of his 1200 students. He gained an even more thorough knowledge of the music, the absolute hearing he had enjoyed and a remarkable sense of memory during the years of his training in Rome, where he had come out in time with the worsening situation in Nazi Germany. In 1942, the passengers arrived at their destination, and in 1942 he was allowed to immigrate to Israel, where he met with his parents, who settled there on the eve of the war, He volunteered for the British Army, was stationed in the Jewish Brigade and took part in his trip to Italy, where he was also used for music training, and after his return he returned to Jerusalem and served as the director of the Israel Broadcasting Service. When the War of Independence broke out after the United Nations General Assembly decided on 29 November 1947 to divide the country into two states and the siege of Jerusalem, he enlisted And participated regularly in the preservation of Katamon. Was an expert slinger. Because the doctors and his superiors hid his health, which had been undermined by suffering and wandering for the past ten years. “If everyone tells about his weaknesses, do not defend Jerusalem,” – he said. He also expressed his regret over the fact that because of his work in the broadcasting service he had to resort to the protection of others. From his last battle, the battle for the Greek consul’s house, which excelled as a bullet, brought a flower home. During the time of the conquest of the monastery in Katamon, he was ordered to go out to guard the place and he was obeyed despite a terrible headache. His condition worsened, and it was impossible to leave her under the conditions of the hour, and when he finally returned home, his forces were exhausted. He slept one night in the house, and in the morning he said to go to work, but fell and died on the 4th of Nissan 5708 (May 3, 1948). He was buried in Sanhedria in Jerusalem. His father, the poet Meir Mohar, devoted his book of poems “Ein Ayin” to his memory and the memory of his brother Avraham, who fell in Russia during the war against the Germans, on the 26th of Elul 5711 (26.9.1951) The military cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.