Born in Jerusalem as the son of a diplomat, Muki was spent his teenage years in Argentina, Uruguay, and France. Muki attended Hebrew University where he studied Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah. He is one of Israel’s most celebrated authors and historians and is a leading expert on the first Aliyah movements, the early settlement period in Israel, the labor movement and Kibbutz life. He is one of the initiators of the groundbreaking project "The Seventh Day" after the six-day war. He boasts a wealth of knowledge, personal stories, and first-hand experiences of the history of Israel and as a result is a sought out speaker and educational tour guide. He is a senior educator at BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change and is one of the founders of the Secular Yeshiva in Tel-Aviv. Muki currently lives in Kibbutz Ein Gev on the Sea of Galilee.