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The late Noam Raz, Yamam fighter and volunteer
Noam Raz fell in a battle with terrorists in an operational activity in Burqin village in Jenin. He was a fighter in Yamam, Israel Police's elite counterterror unit. The late Noam, a resident of Kida, enlisted to the Yamam in 1999, and in 2006, as part of his service, he successfully completed a paramedic course at Magen David Adom. Since then, he served as a paramedic in the unit, and volunteered in MDA's Mobile Intensive Care unit, in the Jerusalem area.
The late Noam, 47 years old at the time of his fall, was laid to rest and left behind a grieving wife and six children.
His colleagues from the MICU team speak lengthily about him, telling:
"He was an exemplary father, a man of giving, caring and helping others. He strived to save lives, and saw it as a daily mission"
"Noam had tremendous respect and awe for life-saving. He sought volunteer opportunities, and wanted to help in any way possible, as much as he could. He always looked for the perfect way of combining all his loves in life – the family, the Yama and MDA. When Noam was with us in the ambulance, at the MICU, we knew we had someone to count on".
"Noam was quiet and professional, always with a smile on his face. He aimed at perfection, and didn't settle for anything less. He was not only salt of the earth, but also king of the earth – always looking to help and save lives. And indeed, many people are alive thanks to him"