23-year-old Israeli woman murdered by a Palestinian genocide bomber

Faces of the Victims has published the story of Tatiana Borovik, 23, who was murdered by a Palestinian genocide bomber on December 2, 2001.

Tatiana Borovik, 23 Murdered by a Palestinian genocide bomber

Tatiana was one of the 15 people killed by the Palestinian excuse for a human being.

She came to Israel in 1995 from the Ukraine as part of a program for high school students. She wrote home how wonderful life in Israel was, and her parents, brother and grandmother arrived a year later and settled in Netanya.

A student at the Camera Obscura school in Haifa, Tatiana Borovik dreamed of being an artist. She was on her way to her studies, together with a friend, when the suicide bomber cut her plans short. "She was a gifted artist," her father said.

Tatiana Borovik was laid to rest in Netanya. She leaves behind her parents, Boris and Ela, her younger brother Sergei (16), and her grandmother Esther.

May God bless her memory. I copy her full story below.





Tatiana Borovik, 23
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Dec 2, 2001 - Tatiana Borovik, 23, of Haifa, was one of 15 people killed in a suicide bombing on an Egged bus No. 16 in Haifa.

The bombing occurred shortly after noon, when a Hamas suicide bomber boarded an Egged No. 16 bus traveling from the Neveh Sha'anan district, paid the driver with a large bill, then blew himself up as the driver asked him to collect his change.

Tatiana came to Israel in 1995 from the Ukraine as part of a program for high school students. She wrote home how wonderful life in Israel was, and her parents, brother and grandmother arrived a year later and settled in Netanya.

A student at the Camera Obscura school in Haifa, Tatiana Borovik dreamed of being an artist. She was on her way to her studies, together with a friend, when the suicide bomber cut her plans short. "She was a gifted artist," her father said.

Tatiana Borovik was laid to rest in Netanya. She leaves behind her parents, Boris and Ela, her younger brother Sergei (16), and her grandmother Esther.

Posted by David Melle
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