Famed Israeli photographer David Rubinger passed away

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 2, 2017 09:23
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David Rubinger, the renowned Israeli photographer whose most famous photo is of the three Israeli paratroopers recapturing the Western Wall in the Six-Day War, passed away on Thursday at 92.

Rubinger was awarded the Israel Prize in communications in 1997. Over the decades, he emerged as one of the leading photographers in the region and worked for multiple publications, including the Jerusalem Post.

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