Moshe, son of Esther and son of-Zion, was born on March 23, 1953 in Gan Yavne. Moshe joined the IDF in early November 1971 and volunteered for the paratroopers. After standing up to all the long and arduous basic training difficulties, he successfully passed the parachuting course, even though he was ill and suffered the first drop when he suffered from high fever. He continued to excel in his physical ability and ability to deal with people of various kinds, and was soon sent to a course for squad commanders. His classmates tell of his peace of mind and his peace of mind, even during difficult tests. Mosle also passed this course with great success. He was well aware of all the demands placed on the commander of the Paratroopers: knowledge of the material, in order to impart it to the apprentices, the ability to quickly and satisfactorily solve problems in the field, high physical fitness, talent in human relations, courage, tolerance and perseverance. During the Yom Kippur War, Muzaleh participated in the Sinai braking battles as a radio operator. On the 11th of Tishrei 5740 (October 11, 1973), when he participated in a patrol to scan the traffic artery in Wadi Sudar, the force encountered an ambush by Egyptian soldiers,Enemy continued to fight for a long time until the aid came from the battalion. During the fighting Moses volunteered to help evacuate the wounded and bring down ammunition from the half-tracks, during which Moshe fell and was brought to eternal rest in the cemetery in Holon, leaving behind his parents, brother and sister.