Mother of 3 is victim of Palestinian Terrorism

Faces of the Victims just published a picture and the story of Anat Teremforush, 35, a mother of 3, who was murdered by Palestinian terrorists on 5/7.

Anat Teremforush, 35, was mother of 3

Another 15 people were killed, many elderly, and 55 were wounded after a Palestinian homicide/suicide bomber detonated a powerful charge in a game club South of Tel-Aviv.

"Anat and Danny Teremforush went to the Sheffield Club with family members. They told their three children they would be safe because the terrorist attacks had stopped. Anat died instantly in the exlosion. Danny was injured, as were Anat's mother, Hannah Almasi, and her sister Batsheva. "How do I tell my children they don't have a mother?" asked Danny from his hospital bed"

I copy the full article below.





Anat Teremforush
http://www.walk4israel.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=victimInfo&memberID=484&start=1

May 7, 2002 - May 7, 2002 - Anat Teremforush, 36, of Ashdod was one of 15 people killed when a suicide bomber detonated a powerful charge in a game club located on the 3rd floor of a building in Rishon Lezion, causing part of the building to collapse. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.

At about 11:00 PM, the terrorist entered the unlicensed Sheffield Club with a suitcase of explosives, spiked with shrapnels and nails to cause maximum injury. The patrons were trying their luck at slot machines, card games or snooker. 15 were killed, and 55 wounded in the blast.

Anat and Danny Teremforush went to the Sheffield Club with family members. They told their three children they would be safe because the terrorist attacks had stopped. Anat died instantly in the exlosion. Danny was injured, as were Anat's mother, Hannah Almasi, and her sister Batsheva. "How do I tell my children they don't have a mother?" asked Danny from his hospital bed.

Anat and Danny had been married for 12 years. Anat, an accountant by profession, worked the Jumbo store in Ashdod so that she could devote time to her three sons: Eden (10), Din (7) and Chen (5).

Anat Teremforush was buried in Holon. She leaves behind her husband and three children.

Posted by David Melle
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