14-year-old Israeli kid murdered by Palestinian genocide bomber

Faces of the Victims has published the story of Adam Weinstein, a 14-year-old kid who was deliberately murdered by Palestinian genocide bombers.

On December 1, 2002, at about 11:30 P.M., two suicide bombers detonated explosive devices on Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem, the pedestrian mall frequented by many young people on Saturday night. A car bomb exploded nearby 20 minutes later. Ten people were killed, including many children, and 188 were injured in the terrorist attack.
Adam Weinstein, 14, was celebrating a birthday when a Palestinian genocide bomber killed him

Adam Weinstein was celebrating a friend's birthday in a cafe in Jerusalem. At 11:30 he was on his way with his friends to take the bus home. A few minutes before the suicide bombing, his mother and brother called him, and he told them, "I'm on my way to the bus." Five minutes later he was killed.

Adam lived in Givon Hahadasha, a community north of Jerusalem. He was the youngest of three brothers. "Adam was a computer genius", said his brother Assaf. "He was a good soul, who never cursed. He had many friends, who were always with him. He was a good and talented ninth-grade student, who liked playing basketball and playing the piano," said his older brother.

Adam Weinstein was buried in the Givat Shaul cemetery in Jerusalem. He is survived by his parents and two brothers, Assaf and Eidan, both soldiers.

May God bless his memory.





Posted by David Melle
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