'It’s a Privilege to Have Your Son Immigrate to Israel to Become a Combat Soldier'

This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A lone soldier claims Israelis know how to enjoy life while Italians don't, and a mom shares the key to raising happy kids

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Daniel Pavoncello, 18; lives in Ra’anana, flying to Rome

Hi Daniel, what’s up in Rome?

I’m in the army. I just finished a squad commanders course and I’m going home now after four months.

Did you immigrate to Israel in order to serve in the army?

No, I made aliyah when I was 16. I went to a boarding school.

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