The pioneer before the camp is the eighteenth book in the successful book series "The great men of the nation for the children of Israel" - exemplary figures who have illuminated the path of the people of Israel in recent generations. Rabbi Yoel Moshe Salomon studied with the greatest rabbis in the Jewish Yishuv in Jerusalem, was great in Torah and was highly respected. He decided to break through the walls of the old city, to establish more neighborhoods in Jerusalem and all of Israel and to confirm the redemption of Israel. Rabbi Yoel Moshe recruited a loyal group of friends and together they blossomed the wilderness with their own hands, against all odds. Why did the boy Yoel Moshe collect pieces of paper that were thrown on the sides of the roads? What bold idea came to Rabbi Yoel Moshe's head following the plague that broke out in Jerusalem? What was Dr. Mazraki looking for in the sky when he came to the aid of Rabbi Yoel Moshe and his friends? Why did the founders of the Petach Tikva settlement pass the plow from hand to hand? What festive event took place in Jerusalem for the first time since the destruction of the Temple? What news from the Land of Israel excited "Hafetz Chaim"? What did the founders of the colony do when the court ruled that they must destroy all the houses they built? How was Rabbi Yoel Moshe saved from the mad mare? And how did Rabbi Yoel Moshe surprise the Arab governor, his Jerusalem neighbors, and the Arab farmer who worked the land? Twenty-four stories, well crafted and beautifully illustrated, will bring you together with a wonderful and fascinating character that will light up your world and the world of your children for many years.