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Ze’ev Raz

Ze’ev Raz was born in 1947, in Kibbutz Geva, a grandson to two of the founders of the settlement. He was a combat pilot in the Israeli air force, a squadron leader,  and head of the force’s flight school. In June 1981, he was commander of the air raid that destroyed the atomic reactor on the outskirts of Baghdad, an operation for which he won a citation from the Chief of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Force.

During the mass social protests in Israel in 2011, Raz set up a ‘Spiritual Corps’ as a platform for contemporary social and ethical debate.

 

 

 

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