Yerushalmi, Avraham (Barzilai)
Son of Simcha and Zion, was born in 1930 in Jerusalem. After completing elementary school, he joined the Lehi underground and often risked his life in services appropriate to his age (the posting of propaganda leaflets and their distribution, the transfer of weapons, etc.) and the secret of his activities he hid from his parents. The Jew in Israel, had come to active combat duty against the Arabs. When he was hit by a shell, his commanders told him to release him, but he refused, and after a speedy recovery he returned to service. He participated in the battles of Castel and other places in and around Jerusalem. He recently participated in the battles to conquer Ein Karem. During a retreat near the “Miss Kerry” outpost, he volunteered to remain and cover up his retreating comrades and fell there on the 3rd of Tammuz 5708 (July 10, 1948.) He was buried in Sheik Bader Aleph on September 10, 1950 ) Was put to rest at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.