Tzvi Enosh, one of the founders of the Judean Jewish community of Bat Ayin, succumbed Sunday to a serious illness. His death came a month after the death of his daughter, Zohar, in an auto accident.
Interviewed by Arutz Sheva's Hebrew service, Chairman Shaul Goldstein of the Gush Etzion Regional Council described Enosh as a visionary idealist who constantly dealt in settling the land of Israel and the love of Torah. Enosh looked ahead and knew the road was long. Goldstein said Enosh faced the establishment of Bat Ayin, the death of his daughter and his illness with the same strong look.