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Sunday, February 6, 2005

Adir Zik, z"l, and Arutz 7


It was announced a short while ago that Adir Zik passed away. For many people, the closing of Arutz 7 meant no longer hearing Adir's Friday morning program, and without that program, the week just wasn't the same. It was hard to believe that he had been battling cancer for a number of years, since his voice in both the physical and spiritual was so strong.

Arutz 7 radio has been off the air for quite a while, and we haven't adjusted to the silence. And now to think that we will never be able to hear Adir Zik anymore. Our spokesman is gone from this world.

Baruch Dayan Ha'emet

1 comment:

Cosmic X said...

Adir Zik's radio program during the Oslo period was a light in the midst of the darkness created by the Rabin government and their poodles in the Israel MSM.

His fight against cancer was also inspiring as he fought with the same gevurah that he opposed the insane policies of the Israeli government.

He knew that in conflicts between loyalty to the State and loyalty to the Torah, the Torah comes first.

Yehi Zichro Baruch!