Shalom Namali: 14.11.1922 - 2.7.1966
Shalom became part of the Habonim movement around WW2.
At that time many of the movement's leaders were enlisted for military service.
Shalom, with other youngsters took their place.
He spent his Hachshara days on the Eder farm in Southern Kent. He was also a MADRICH in the "BATIM".
Shalom used his good sense of humor to get himself and others through those dark days of WW2.
After 4 years at Eder farm, Shalom made Alia to Israel and via Hadera to Kfar-Hanassi.
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