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Moshe Barazani was born on June 20, 1928 in Iraq. When he was six years old his family immigrated to Eretz Israel and settled in the Old City of Jerusalem. Moshe started to work at an early age, first as an apprentice carpenter, and then in a soft drinks factory. He joined Lehi when still young, first putting up posters as a member of the youth division, and then taking an active part in fighting force. On March 9, 1947 he was arrested in Jerusalem with a grenade in his pocket. He was charged with bearing arms and intent to assassinate Brigadier A. P. Davis, and on March 17, 1947, the military court in Jerusalem sentenced Moshe Barazani to death by hanging.
Meir Feinstein was born on October 5, 1927, in the Old City of  Jerusalem to religious parents. He studied at the Etz Hayim yeshiva but  at an early age lost his father, and was obliged to support himself and  help feed his family. At first he worked in Jerusalem, then in farming  at Kibbutz Givat Hashlosha, where he joined the Haganah. In 1944, when  he was 17, he joined the British army after obtaining a forged document  from the Mukhtar of Petah Tikva. After his demobilization he joined the  Irgun, starting out in the propaganda unit. He was then sent on an  commanders course, and it was while attending this that he was chosen  for the mission of attacking the railway station in Jerusalem (October  30, 1946). After the explosion he was wounded and caught by the British  police. He was brought to the Government Hospital, where his arm was amputated. Feinstein was tried by a military court and sentenced to death  by hanging.
On Monday, April 21, 1947, half an hour before the execution of Feinstein and his friend Barazani was to take place, two explosions were heard from the cell in the Jerusalem prison: Moshe Barazani and Meir Feinstein stood embraced. The grenades were held between them, at the height of their hearts. Meir lit a cigarette, with which he ignited the fuses that Moshe held, and they died together as heroes. 

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Moshe Barazani was born on June 20, 1928 in Iraq. When he was six years old his family immigrated to Eretz Israel and settled in the Old City of Jerusalem. Moshe started to work at an early age, first as an apprentice carpenter, and then in a soft drinks factory. He joined Lehi when still young, first putting up posters as a member of the youth division, and then taking an active part in fighting force. On March 9, 1947 he was arrested in Jerusalem with a grenade in his pocket. He was charged with bearing arms and intent to assassinate Brigadier A. P. Davis, and on March 17, 1947, the military court in Jerusalem sentenced Moshe Barazani to death by hanging.

Meir Feinstein was born on October 5, 1927, in the Old City of Jerusalem to religious parents. He studied at the Etz Hayim yeshiva but at an early age lost his father, and was obliged to support himself and help feed his family. At first he worked in Jerusalem, then in farming at Kibbutz Givat Hashlosha, where he joined the Haganah. In 1944, when he was 17, he joined the British army after obtaining a forged document from the Mukhtar of Petah Tikva. After his demobilization he joined the Irgun, starting out in the propaganda unit. He was then sent on an commanders course, and it was while attending this that he was chosen for the mission of attacking the railway station in Jerusalem (October 30, 1946). After the explosion he was wounded and caught by the British police. He was brought to the Government Hospital, where his arm was amputated. Feinstein was tried by a military court and sentenced to death by hanging.

On Monday, April 21, 1947, half an hour before the execution of Feinstein and his friend Barazani was to take place, two explosions were heard from the cell in the Jerusalem prison: Moshe Barazani and Meir Feinstein stood embraced. The grenades were held between them, at the height of their hearts. Meir lit a cigarette, with which he ignited the fuses that Moshe held, and they died together as heroes.

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