IDF Soldier Killed by Anti-Tank Missile Strike in Gaza - this is the 600 soldier fallen in the war


by Ifi Reporter Category:Government Apr 1, 2024

Tragedy struck yesterday as Sergeant Nadav Cohen, a 20-year-old armored fighter from Haifa, was killed by an anti-tank missile in the southern Gaza Strip. Cohen, serving in the 77th Battalion of the 7th Brigade, became the 600th soldier to lose their life in the ongoing conflict and the 256th casualty in the ground operation in Gaza.

Sergeant Cohen leaves behind his grieving parents, Michal and Doron, as well as his brothers Yonatan and Roni. Remembered fondly by those who knew him, Cohen's journey through school and military service was marked by dedication, leadership, and an infectious smile.

Giora Smolensky, Cohen's class teacher at Herzl Elementary School in Haifa, eulogized him as a "magic boy" with a captivating smile and an unwavering spirit of giving. Milena Miron, principal of Hogi High School where Cohen studied, described him as a sensitive and beloved individual who embraced life's adventures and volunteered eagerly.

Avitar Guzner, former classmate and center of the high school class, remembered Cohen as an amazing individual, always surrounded by friends and radiating joy and positivity. Cohen's impact on those around him, both in school and in the military, speaks to his character and the profound loss felt by his community.

As Israel mourns the loss of Sergeant Nadav Cohen, his memory will endure through the countless lives he touched and the legacy of selflessness and camaraderie he leaves behind.



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