Veterans: Escape from England

Yonatan Shaked knew he needed to get away and eventually ended up here, where he has been living a colorful life ever since.

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December 9, 2013 12:41
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YONATAN SHAKED, ‘God is always there with you, and that is what gives me strength.’

Escape from England. (photo credit: Uriel Messa)

 
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Yonatan Shaked was born John R. Screeton in London in 1949. He was raised a Christian and went to a Catholic school, which was private and more prestigious than other schools in the neighborhood.

“It was all part of the show my family put on,” he says.

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