Abdel Rahman Zuabi, the first Israeli-Arab to be appointed as a Supreme Court Justice, died on Sunday at age 82.

Zuabi was born in Sulam, which is a village near Afula, on November 19, 1932.

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Not only was Zuabi the first Israel-Arab supreme Court Judge, but he was also Tel Aviv University’s first Arab graduate from its School of Law of Economics. He was a classmate of Moshe Dayan.

From 1996-2002, Zuabi served as deputy chief of the Nazareth district court.

Zuabi always stressed that he was a proud citizen of the state of Israel.

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