Ido Zoldan was murdered by terrorists in late 2007 as he drove towards his home in Samaria. Zoldan, 29, was survived by his wife Tehila and his two young children, Aharon and Rachel.
The above video, from www.etrog.tv, shows Zoldan throughout his life, as he celebrates completing the Mishna as a boy, argues with those who came to expel him from his home in northern Samaria in 2005, and speaks of his love for his work. Zoldan also explains how Israel can restore its national health by working to build the land, and calls on the government to expel terrorists and their supporters in order to protect its citizens.
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