Twenty-five years ago, Haim Sabato's first book was published. His grandmother is a member of a family of rabbis from Malab, which is in Syria, she is a rabbi - Aram Tsova. A member of the Beit Midrash, a scholar who publishes articles in Halacha - what about him and the stories of Malab, he immigrated to Israel as a seven-year-old boy from Cairo to the transfer in Beit Mazmil in Jerusalem? The novella Gilgal is returning to the world It is a rare gem that is discovered in our places. The history of one family is intertwined in it, through Aleppo to Paris and then to Jerusalem, and this whole wheel is wrapped in a bite of pain that even the charms of the wonderful Hebrew - Hebrew that we thought had disappeared from contemporary Hebrew literature - are not able to hide it. This jubilee, the author added a new plot, all true, and it meets what was previously described in the imagination, "Was it or wasn't it?" This is a fascinating report on what happened in reality, years after what we thought was nothing more than an imagined act was published.