About Me: Zakari Louis Smith

May 8, 2007 17:29
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About Me: Zakari Louis Smith

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Try one yourself, be on JPost.com's home page>>> Age: 17 Residence: London, UK Married? With children? No Occupation: Student Education: High school Pets: None Religious affiliation / observance: Jewish / traditional Last person / party I voted for: Can't vote yet! but probably conservative Family history (100 words max): My grandpa was part of the Czech legion of the British army in WWII and fought as a part of the resistence, some of his family survived, others went to Auschwitz. He met my grandma in the east end of London. My dad's parents are from Capetown, South Africa. I am English! My connection with Israel: Family, friends and a love of Israel; I'm there at least twice a year Defining moment: Seeing Ole Gunnar Solsjaer and Teddy Sheringham put 2 past Bayern Munich in 1999 to complete the treble for Machester United Daily routine: School!!! On Friday night, I... have a big shabbat dinner with family and friends Last book I read was: Alan Dershowitz - The vanishing American Jew Comfort food: Fish balls at kiddush after shul My mentor: My parents 3 wishes: 1. Pass my exams 2. Get into a good university 3. Shalom b'mizrach hatichon (Peace in the Middle East) Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 10 Try one yourself, be on JPost.com's home page>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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