Son of Kazalah and Shimon. Yehezkel was born on the 1st of Tevet 5731 (1.1.1931) in the city of Amdia, which is in Iraqi Kurdistan. As a child, his parents died, and Yehezkel was at his brother’s and sister’s table. At an early age, he left the city of Amdia and reached Baghdad, the capital city. Because he was an orphan, he did everything according to his logic and personal intuition. Yehezkel studied reading and writing the Arabic language on his own. In Baghdad he worked as a waiter and was soon appointed head of the king’s waiters. Yehezkel accompanied the king on all his travels in and outside the country. When the time came and he had to enlist in the Iraqi army, he preferred to leave everything behind. Yehezkel immigrated to Israel in 1949 through Peres in illegal immigration. When Yehezkel enlisted in the IDF, Yehezkel enlisted in the Border Police. Yechezkel had a warm and special relationship with his family. He was known as a gentle, gentle, handsome man. There was a magical smile on his face. His acquaintances and admirers say that he loved people very much and greatly appreciated the human race. Yehezkel believed that all men were born equal, and always supported others and helped him. Yehezkel was an educated man who recognized the value of study and education, so he pushed and prodded young people he knew to study in yeshivot and institutions of higher learning. Officer Yehezkel fell on duty on 28 July 1957, 29 Tamuz, while performing his duties at Jabel Nakar, defending the settlements of the Jerusalem Corridor. A burst of gunfire pierced his chest and stomach. While bleeding on the way to the hospital, before he died, Yehezkel managed to tell his commander three words: “I want to live.” Yehezkel was twenty-six years old when he fell. He was buried in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl, Jerusalem.