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Ofir

Dayan

Ofir Dayan, 27, was born and raised in Maale Shomron, a small community in the Samaria Region of Israel. She was an instructor, Head of Branch, and a Full Time Volunteer for the Betar Youth Movement.
She served as an officer in field positions in the IDF Spokesperson Unit and was awarded by the IDF Head of Operation for her role during Operation Protective Edge.
Ofir studied for a BA in International Politics at Columbia University and is currently an MIA student for International Security Policy at the same university, expected to graduate at May 2022.
She spearheads the fight for Israel at one of the most anti-Israeli universities in the US as a part of Students Supporting Israel. Ofir is also active with Beyadeynu and is writing for Yedioth Ahronot, Israel’s biggest newspaper.

Twitter: @ofirdayan94
Instagram: ofirdayan94
Facebook: Ofir Dayan
Email: ofirdayan94@gmail.com

I am involved with comeback because I believe that helping those who want to turn their lives around is our obligation. Moreover, in addition to helping them, we are helping ourselves and society. By granting them a second chance, we prevent future crimes from taking place and turn those who were a burden on the community become productive citizens.

She served as an officer in field positions in the IDF Spokesperson Unit and was awarded by the IDF Head of Operation for her role during Operation Protective Edge.
Ofir studied for a BA in International Politics at Columbia University and is currently an MIA student for International Security Policy at the same university, expected to graduate in May 2022.
She spearheads the fight for Israel at one of the most anti-Israeli universities in the US as a part of Students Supporting Israel. Ofir is also active with Beyadeynu and writes for Yedioth Ahronot, Israel’s largest newspaper.

Ofir says, "I am involved with Comeback because I believe that helping those who want to turn their lives around is our obligation. Moreover, in addition to helping them, we are helping ourselves and society. By granting them a second chance, we prevent future crimes from taking place and turn those who were a burden on the community become productive citizens."