Muli says he is not a fighter nor was he hurt by terrorism. He was hurt trying to help so many of those that did suffer. The untold story of the army is how many soldiers, affected by various traumas, take their own lives. Muli was an ambulance driver at a base where, unfortunately, many made this terrible choice. Often, he was the one who would find the bodies and stay with them. There is not a day that goes by that he is not haunted by the memories of these men and women and compares it to living in an episode of The Walking Dead, not knowing sometimes what is real and what is not. This is Muli's first time sharing his story with anyone, even the first time he has told his wife what he sees and feels .
Muli was tattooed on October 9th, 2017 by artist Jesse Smith at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.