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"A family boy, surrounded by friends": Dolev Malka fell in the battles in the Gaza Strip - voila! news

2024-03-02T19:34:26.803Z

Highlights: Sergeant Dolev Malka, a young soldier who recently finished his long training with the "Kfir" unit, died in the battles in the Gaza Strip. "We introduced Shabbat knowing that the family's life had changed beyond recognition," says the head of the Shlomi local council. "With all his might, he wanted to give the country everything he could," says Dolev's uncle, Ron Robin, "he is a child who always respected his parents and grandparents on both sides"


Dolev Malka recently finished his internship at the Kafir Brigade. Last Wednesday, after an activity in the Lebanon sector, the brigade was already sent to the Gaza Strip. The day before, his parents arrived at the base to say goodbye before entering. During Shabbat, it was known that he fell in battle. "We introduced Shabbat knowing that the family's life had changed beyond recognition"


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Dozens of relatives and friends of Dolev, who today the IDF announced was killed in the fighting in the Gaza Strip, arrived at the Malka family's temporary home in Moshav Abdon in the Western Galilee since this morning (Saturday). Sergeant Dolev Malka, a young soldier who recently finished his long training with the "Kfir" unit , left parents, Sivan and Avi Malka, and two brothers, Amit and Mika.



"He was a very family boy, who grew up and was educated and had a very successful course of study in Shlomi and later at the regional school in Kebri," said Dolev's uncle, Ron Robin, "he was always surrounded Friends also in studies, also in the army.

He is a child who always respected his parents and grandparents on both sides.

When one of them was in need, he would sleep with them, do shopping for them."

Died in the battles in the Gaza Strip, Dolev Malka/IDF spokesman

The uncle also said that Dolev wanted to serve the country in a significant role.

"With all his might, he wanted to give the country everything he could," said Rubin, "the truth is that he wanted to follow in his father's footsteps and enlist in the Golani, but in the end he enlisted in the Kafir. He did a very long apprenticeship and after that he did activities in the Lebanon sector. On Wednesday they were brought down to Gaza To replace paratroopers, on Thursday they went in and on Friday at noon the disaster happened. We still don't know what exactly happened. They say that there was probably a trapped house on which an anti-tank missile was fired.

But the commanders who were here said they would come back again with the details."



The uncle told about the last meeting of the parents Avi and Sivan with their son. "The parents saw him for the last time on Tuesday," he said, "they knew he was supposed to enter Gaza and went to treat him to food to strengthen and separate him."

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"The parents knew he was in Gaza and went to treat themselves to food and say goodbye," Dolev Malka/IDF spokesman

"We have all had a difficult Sabbath," said the head of the Shlomi local council, Gabi Naaman, "great pain and sorrow over the death of Dolev Malka, son of my dear father and Sivan Malka. Dolev fell yesterday in the war in Gaza, may God restore his blood. There are no words for consolation, all we have left is To embrace the parents and the dear family who lost their precious hero son in the war for our existence. The most justified war, more than ever! Be strong. These young soldiers are all heroes and as one man went to war until complete victory because we have no other country."



Naaman said that three hours before the start of Shabbat, an IDF representative asked him for the address of another family, and in this conversation he informed him very confidentially about the fact that the son had been wounded in Gaza. And the address of the Malka family, and here with the necessary caution he shares with me the difficult news that the son is not with us," Naaman shared, "A few minutes before the start of Shabbat the message still did not reach the family.



The Malka family is from the settlement of Shlomi, where they lived in a house in the neighborhood next to the border with Lebanon.

After a long period in a hotel in Jerusalem, the family returned to the area two weeks ago and moved to live in the nearby settlement of Abdon, one of the settlements of the Meta regional council which has not yet been evacuated.

In the same settlement, the family rented a house next to Dolev's aunt, his mother's twin sister.

"We introduced Shabbat knowing that a family's life had changed beyond recognition."

Dolev Malka/IDF spokesman

Dolev's father, Avi, works in the National Insurance, and Sivan's mother, director of the collection department in the regional council.

This morning, the regional council issued a statement stating that they "bow their heads and weep together with Sivan Malka, our council employee and all her family members for the fall of her son."



Moshe Davidovich, head of the Meta Asher Regional Council, who is also the chairman of the Conflict Line Settlements Forum, added and told the bereaved mother Sivan, "The heart aches and drinks blood.

When I was informed of the death in Gaza of your beloved son Dolev, whom you cared for so much.

I was willing to believe, there are no words that can describe the pain that pierced my heart when I went to your house", he said, "I and all the employees of the council hug and wrap you my father and the lovely children may the memory of Dolev be blessed.

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Source: walla

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