Zaka co-founder awarded Israel Prize for contribution to society

Tamar Trabalsi Hadad|
Yehuda Meshi-Zahav, co-founder of the ZAKA emergency response organization, has been declared a winner of the Israel Prize life achievement award for his contributions to Israeli society.
In addition to him, the prize was also awarded to former Foreign Ministry director-general Joseph Chechnover, for his work in and out of the civil service.
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