Ben Roth and Isaac. Born in Ramat Gan on April 8, 1976, Soli studied at Neta’im Elementary School in Ramat Gan and excelled in his studies, and was outstanding as an excellent athlete and won many medals for his achievements in competitions between schools, He continued his high school studies at the Ort Singalovski School of Management and Industry, where he moved to the “New High School” in Tel Aviv, where he completed his studies there. He was cool, clear-headed, and had a good sense of humor, loved music, computers, trips and friends, and above all loved his family and his friend Hani. At the beginning of August 1994, Soli was drafted into compulsory military service in the Israel Defense Forces. His dream was to serve in the paratroopers and he realized this dream. The dream was cut short. Six months after his enlistment, on February 22, 1995, Solly fell while carrying out a terrorist attack at the Sharon-Beit Lid junction. With him fell another twenty-one soldiers and one civilian. The young life of a beloved and beloved boy, a handsome young man with many dreams and plans was cut off, and he was nineteen when he fell. Only the pleasant memories remained. The pain remains. Solly was laid to rest in the Kiryat Shaul military cemetery. He was promoted to corporal after his death. Survived by his parents and sister – Mirit. His sister Daniel was born after his death. In a letter of consolation to the bereaved family, Chief of Staff Amnon Lipkin-Shahak wrote: “Solly fell in the struggle against terrorism.” Solly served as a paratrooper in the Paratroopers Brigade and was described by his commanders as a responsible and serious soldier. Those around him. ” “We saw him as a candidate for an officer’s course later, and we have no doubt that he would succeed in it and continue in the army … The paratroopers’ family is embracing you.” In solidarity, the students of the Epshtin Jewish school in Atlanta planted trees in the “Children’s Forest” in memory of the victims of the attack. The family received a certificate confirming tree planting in memory of their loved one, Solly.