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Aboudi, Joseph; Kestenbaum, Ray (editor).

ISBN 10: 0915474077 ISBN 13: 9780915474073

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From: Ad Infinitum Books (Mount Vernon, NY, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: Softcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition.. pages. Softcover. New book. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. A two-time runaway from his loving, comfortable, colorful life in Aleppo, as a 15-year-old boy, Joseph Aboudi came careening down a Lebanese mountainside to land on the other side of the fence of then British mandated Palestine. There he worked as a laborer in the Yishuv, joined the Palmach and was transferred to its naval branch, Palyam, where he served in defense, rescue and demolition. Describes the heroics of Joe Aboudi and his chevra (buddies) and how these young Palyamniks helped defend the Negev, in particular the moshav of Bet Eshel near Be'ersheva. Their valour is on display in the Palmach Museum in Tel Aviv and stands as an inspiration to the Jewish people and the world. (Key Words: Joseph Aboudi, Syria, Palestine, Autobiography, Israel, Palmach, Yishuv, Aleppo). book. Bookseller Inventory # 77467X9

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