A vintage work of Jewish religious text, titled Siddur Avodat Israel, published by Sinai Publishing of Tel Aviv, Israel, 1967. It features prayers and services for various occasions, in both Hebrew and English. It reads right to left, and features a metal cover with silver plated designs filigree twelve tribes.
Full name: Dr. Bahav Avraham
Nickname in Lehi: Yoel
Date of birth: 23.6.1925
Country and city Birth: Poland, Lodge
Year of joining Lehi: 1940
Avraham was born on Rosh Chodesh Tammuz - June 23, 1925 in Lodz, Poland, to Dov and Sara Bahrav, a religious Zionist family, one of whose ancestors was Rabbi Yaakov Bahrav, one of the founders of the new settlement in Safed, in the Middle Ages. His grandfather purchased an agricultural farm run by his father, in which he trained pioneers to immigrate to Israel.
When Hitler came to power, his parents left their vast property and immigrated to Israel with nine-year-old Abraham and the beautiful baby. They made a living from a metal products workshop in Tel Aviv that later served as a "slick" underground. When he was studying at the Tachkemoni School, Avraham joined the community's scouts and approached Betar and the national cells. In Montefiore-Arab High School, he studied and worked on the day.
In 1940, he joined Lehi. Its activities: weapons training, pasting stickers, tours, observations, securing wanted persons and more. At the same time he joined the defense, so that he could practice freely with weapons, which later helped him to be released from detention on the standard of a defender.
In 1944, as a result of the tip-off, he was interrogated and sent to Latrun even though the FBI did not know which organization to belong to. He sat for about three years, including one year in the hut, with Dr. Eldad. From him he learned the heritage of Israel and the ideology of Lehi. In 1946 managed to be released as a defense, and on the recommendation of friends Lehi, who worked in the department and "responsible functions, attached to the department.
Initially organized the railroad industry and made connections with station managers and drivers hectares Jews and denying hit by trains military, military equipment and facilities; train, prejudice against Jews Avraham was appointed to the concentration of the branches: Detective, Police, and Intelligence.
On "Black Saturday," he was arrested again as a defender and imprisoned in a prison in Jaffa, where he was hit in the head with a shotgun and wounded. He was released upon the release of the leaders of the settlement and members of the Haganah and immediately returned to activity in Lehi. Upon the establishment of the state and the enlistment of Lehi into the IDF, he transferred the Lehi intelligence material to the Haganah (News Service) Lehi for defense. He enlisted in the IDF and was assigned to a brigade of transport officers, but his rank was delayed due to his unwillingness to be questioned about the assassination of Count Brandt.
He participated in a convoy that burst into besieged Jerusalem, fought in the Mount Zion section and was wounded in the hand. Begin. After the Yom Kippur War, he was one of the founders of Gush Emunim, participated in activities, and left his home for the sixth settlement in Sebastia. He was a marine evacuee. He studied alternative medicine to its branches for the degree of PMD, to computerized functional medicine, which he still practices today.
From his first marriage he had three daughters: Malka, Leah and Orit; From his second marriage to Yael nee Kendel Dekel: son Dovev, who received his military service with a commendation from the president.
Abraham is blessed with grandchildren and great-grandchildren.