Moshe Orenstein, who survived World War II and the Holocaust, and emigrated to British Mandate Palestine in 1947, passed away on March 24 as a result of complications associated with COVID-19.

A year after he arrived, Israel was established as a modern-day state.

Orenstein fought in a number of the country’s wars.

He leaves behind two daughters, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

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