Ben Esther and Yehiel. Born on December 5, 1954 in Algeria, he immigrated to Israel at the age of nine and built his home in Ashdod, where he studied at the Rambam religious elementary school and at the Or Israel High School. A good and wise boy, devoted and loyal, kind and compassionate and kind. When he was twelve, he was the son-in-law of all the yeshivas in Eretz Israel. He continued to study religious studies at the high school of Grodno in Bnei Brak. During this period, Yitzhak established his family. He married my wife and they expanded their family on the birth of their five children. Yitzhak continued to acquire his Torah education at the Maharal Kollel Yeshiva in Bnei Brak and Kollel Avrechim in Even Shmuel, and was ordained as a rabbi at Heichal Shlomo. He completed special training and was sent to a military-rabbis course. At the end of his service, he received the rank of lieutenant and was assigned to serve in the position of Chief Rabbi of the Armored Corps School. In his opinion on officers, his commanders wrote: “A professional rabbi who has stuck to his mission … a good and devoted officer … performs other functions beyond his work. As a rabbi. “On November 2, 1989, Yitzhak was injured in a road accident at the Givati junction and was brought to Tel Hashomer Hospital, where all the commanders and soldiers prayed for his recovery, but the doctors failed to save his life. (16.11.1989), his soul returned to the Creator and was brought to eternal rest in the military cemetery in Ashdod, followed by Raya – Pani, two sons – Haim and Meir, three daughters – Simha Bashmat and Nasey Parents and two brothers – Shlomo and Eli In a letter of condolence to the bereaved family, the unit commander wrote: “My acquaintance with Rabbi Yitzhak was very broad. Beyond his role as rabbi, we had a personal and social acquaintance. In his role as regional rabbi, he established social contact with all those around him, soldiers and commanders alike. His special personality, his peace of mind, his comfortable temperament and his professional ability as rabbi led us all to honor, honor and cherish Rabbi Yitzchak. “The family commemorated his name in a Torah library that donated to the synagogue in Ashdod and a Torah scroll commemorating his memory.