Col. Moshe LeshemCo-Founder, gamla.org; IDF Officer
1944 - Born in the occupied Poland to parents who escaped the Holocaust.
1950 - Arrived in Israel, on board of "Galila " cargo ship.
1950-1955 lived in an immigrant's camp
1958-1962 High school in Petach Tikva
1962 joined the I.D.F
1967 - Participated in the " six days war" as company commander, fought in the West Bank, and Jerusalem, Cleared Jerusalem from landmines.
1967-1973 fought in the "war of attrition" as a Paratroopers Company commander took part in long-range raids in Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.
1973 - fought in the " Yom Kippur " war as a Bridging battalion commander, in Ariel Sharon's Division (built the first bridge on the Suez Canal.
1977-1985 promoted to full Colonel. Served in leading tasks in the central command .in the General Staff and as a Chief instructor in the Command and Staff College.
1985-1988 on I.D.F mission overseas
1988 retired to private business.
1993 joined the right wing organization of retired high rank officers and was member of the board.
1994 established with lt. Colonel Shlomo Baum the organization of "Gamla Shall Not Fall Again " on the Golan
Since then fought for the ideas of Israel as a free country, not giving one inch to the enemies.
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- Helped Netanyahu to win the elections in 1996, with other grassroots organizations.
- Opposing the Oslo and W. plantation agreements.
- Runs an organization of thousands followers all over Israel.
- We have our own very popular web site : www.gamla.org.il