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Oct 2, 2000 | 3rd of Tishri, 5761 | ג׳ בתשרי תשס״א
Oct 2, 2000 – Sgt. Max Hazan, 20, of Dimona, died of gunshot injuries sustained near Beit Sahur.
Named after his uncle, who was killed in the Yom Kippur War, Max Hazan studied at the Kamag technical college. His friends said that he was popular among his fellow students.
Gilbert Hazan, Max’s uncle, said: “I was his godfather. When we called him Max we thought that my brother’s name would protect him.”
Max leaves behind his parents, Daniel and Orna, two brothers, Eli and Raz, and three sisters, Iris, Lizette and Sivan.
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