The former head of the Israel Space Agency, who was injured in the riots, died. He was undergoing treatment at a hospital in Haifa. The same hospital said that Evan breathed his last late on Sunday night.
Jerusalem. Israel The former head of the country’s space agency, who was grievously injured in the recent communal riots, has died. Hospital officials gave this information. Avi Har Even (84) was staying in a hotel in Akre city when a mob of rioters set the hotel on fire last month.
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In this incident of arson, everyone was badly scorched and his health deteriorated due to smoke entering the body through inhalation. He was undergoing treatment at a hospital in Haifa. The same hospital said that Evan breathed his last late on Sunday night. Her family said in a statement that Har Even held several key positions in Israel’s aerospace sector before taking over as the country’s space agency chief from 1995 to 2004. He later served at Israel’s Bar Ilan University. Worked as a researcher at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies.
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