A centennial portrait

Ruth Dayan recently celebrated 100 fascinating years. She belongs to a generation dedicated to and profoundly involved with the creation of the State of Israel.

By TAMI ZER
July 26, 2017 14:36
A centennial portrait

RUTH DAYAN at her 100th birthday party.. (photo credit: EREZ HARODI - OSIM TSILUM)

 
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In March, Ruth Dayan celebrated her 100th birthday.

The story of her life, which she herself describes as cinematic, is inextricably intertwined with that of the Jewish state.

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