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IDF Soldier is Missing, Police Seek Assistance

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IDF soldier David Menachem Gordon, 21, has been reported missing by Israel Police. Gordon is a lone soldier with the Givati Brigades whose family is in the United States. The public is being asked to help find him.

The soldier, who recently served in Gaza, was last seen Sunday at around 12 noon at the Tzrifin Army Base in the medical corps section.

He is about 5 feet, 6 inches tall, with brown eyes and black, short cropped hair, and speaks Hebrew with an American accent.

He was wearing an IDF uniform with a purple beret, and was carrying a Micro Tavor assault rifle and a large, black and blue backpack.

Anyone with information about Gordon’s whereabouts is asked to please contact the Israel Police emergency hotline by dialing “100”, or to call 08-927-9244.

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9 Responses to “IDF Soldier is Missing, Police Seek Assistance”

  1. I hope you find him well

  2. Deb Adams says:

    Praying for a safe return.


  4. I pray he is well. Please let us know.

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