Ono Academic College’s Religious Zionism Administration welcomes Maj. General (Res.) Doron Almog who will present a lecture entitled “The Greatest Teacher of My Life.” Maj. General Almog, the former head of the IDF Southern Command, is a social activist.

Almog’s life was shaped by tragic loss including that of his brother Eran, who was killed in the Yom Kippur War, two of his children, Eran and Shoham, who died of illness and five other members of his family who were killed in the suicide bombing of the Maxim restaurant in Haifa. 

Almog founded Aleh Negev, a village for the disabled which provides residential, medical and social services to the handicapped of southern Israel. After his son Eran’s death, Aleh Negev’s name was changed to “Nachalat Eran”. 

Almog is a winner of the Israel Prize for his unique contribution to society and the State of Israel. For more information: https://yedion.ono.ac.il/yedion/FireflyWeb.aspx?prgname=PayingForItems&arguments=-N,-N,-N878,-N8304