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3 and 7-year-old siblings murdered by Palestinian Genocide bomber
Faces of the Victims has published the story of Shiraz Nehmad, 7, and her sister Liran, 3, murdered by a Palestinian genocide bomber on March 2, 2002.
When the Sabbath ended and guests started to leave, the Nehmad family gathered on the street outside for the havdalah (a religious ceremony held at the conclusion of the Sabbath). At this point a Palestinian genocide bomber blew himself up next to a group of women waiting with their baby carriages for their husbands.
10 people were murdered and over 50 were injured.
Shiraz and Liran were killed together with their parents, Shlomo and Gafnit. The Nehmad family was buried side by side in Rishon Lezion.
May God bless their memory. I copy below their full story.
Shiraz and Liran Nehmad, 7 and 3
Mar 2, 2002 - Shiraz Nehmad, 7, and her sister Liran, 3, of Rishon Lezion were two of 10 people killed in a suicide bombing on Saturday evening near a yeshiva in the ultra-Orthodox Beit Yisrael neighborhood in the center of Jerusalem.
The Nehmad family had come to Jerusalem for Shabbat to celebrate a family bar mitzvah at the Mahane Israel yeshiva in Jerusalem. When the Sabbath ended and guests started to leave, the Nehmad family gathered on the street outside for the havdalah ceremony (held at the conclusion of the Sabbath).
The Nehmad family was buried side by side in Rishon Lezion
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