Six new recruits sign on with Kadima

January 29, 2006 15:34


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Six new recruits joined Kadima Sunday. Prof. Menahem Ben-Sasson is a former rector at Hebrew university, who also taught history. He is religious. Maj.-Gen. (ret.) and Professor Isaac Ben-Israel has won the Israel Defense Award for security twice. Currently, he is a professor at Tel Aviv University. Ze'ev Elkin is finishing his doctorate in history. He is of Russian descent, religious, and lives in the settlement of Alon Shvut. Yohanan Pelsner was a special projects manager in the prime minister's office and was involved in long-term strategic planning. Dr. Shlomo Berzonich is a Hebrew University lecturer in psychology. He is internationally renowned for his work on the effects of stress on the immune system. Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Shai Avital is a former commander of Sayeret Matkal.

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