Eli Moyal - a varied career

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 13, 2005 00:00
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  • Born: Morocco 1951
  • Aliya: 1957
  • Home: Sderot
  • Time Abroad: Resided in the United States in 1977-1978 to be with a woman he was in love with at the time. While there, he took a course in comparative law at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts and drove a red Mustang cross-country.
  • Education: Law Degree, Hebrew University,
  • Employment: Worked as a lawyer, focusing on real estate and business
  • Politics: Became Mayor of Sderot in 1998. Turned down offer to become Israel's Ambassador to France in 2005.
  • Children: One son, 19, in the army
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