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The socio-economic club hosted the historian Professor Simcha Goldin

The socio-economic club hosted the historian Professor Simcha Goldin
On 09.10.2018 the Socio-Economic Club hosted historian and professor Simcha Goldin for a lecture on educational leadership.
Goldin is the father of the late soldier Hadar Goldin, who was killed four years ago in Operation Tzuk Eitan and is being held by Hamas.
Professor Goldin said that his lecture is part of the spiritual will of his son Hadar, who was a leader and educator and loved by everyone who knew him. What he wrote and prepared during his service as an officer is the main inspiration for the things presented in the lecture. Prof. Goldin referred to the many efforts that he and his family are making to bring their son Hadar back to Israel, and noted the tremendous support he receives from many people as well as the friends who fought alongside his son Hadar.
Prof. Goldin's fascinating lecture was summed up as one of the most exciting and significant meetings that have been on the Diamond exchange in recent years.
Photos: Elad Gutman
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