Presentation on theme: "Nov 10, 2002- Matan (5) and Noam (4) of Kibbutz Metzer, were shot and killed by a terrorist who infiltrated the Kibbutz, located east of Hadera. The boys."— Presentation transcript:
Nov 10, 2002- Matan (5) and Noam (4) of Kibbutz Metzer, were shot and killed by a terrorist who infiltrated the Kibbutz, located east of Hadera. The boys died in the arms of their mother, Revital (34), as she tried to hide with them in a corner of their room. Revital had been speaking on the phone with her ex-husband, Avi, when she heard shots outside. She dropped the phone and ran into the boys room trying to protect them but the terrorist pursued them and shot them as they hugged each another. Avi Ohayon heard the fatal shots over the phone before the line was disconnected.
Oct 4, 2003- the Zer Aviv family was killed and practically wiped out in a suicide bombing carried out by a female terrorist from Jenin in the Maxim restaurant in Haifa. Bezalel (30), his mother Bruria (59), wife, Keren (29), son Liran, (4), and daughter, Noya (1), were having a family get together when the blast killed them.
Nov 21, 2002- Kira (67) and Ilan (8) Perlman were killed in a suicide bombing while driving a bus in the Kiryat Menahem neighborhood of Jerusalem. The Perlman family had immigrated to Israel from the Ukrain in 1990. Since the day Ilan was born in 1994 he and his grandmother, Kira, a holocaust survivor, were inseparable. Kira, who accompanied her grandson Ilan everywhere, was going with him to school, as she did everyday, when they were both killed on the bus together.
July 31, 2002- Marla Bennett (24) of San Diego, California, was killed when a bomb exploded in the Frank Sinatra Cafeteria on the Hebrew University Mt. Scopus camp where she was studying. Marla Bennett completed her B.A. in Political Science at Berkeley University in California in 2000. She was in the second year of a three-year master's program in Judaic Studies at the Hebrew University and Pardes Institute. On that specific morning she came to the university to take final exam in Hebrew and was killed. Marla was planning to marry her boyfriend, Michael, and they were to have flown back to the States on August to meet his parents.
Sept 9, 2003- Dr. David Appelbaum (51) and his daughter Nava (20) were killed in a suicide bombing at Café Hillell in Jerusalem. Dr. Appelbaum, a specialist in emergency medicine, had just returned from New York where he had delivered an address on managing the medical response to mass casualty events at a major downtown symposium on emergency preparedness based on his experience as head of Shaare Zedek Medical Center's Department of Emergency Medicine. The symposium was timed to mark the second anniversary of the September 11 th attacks. He had arrived just in time for his daughter Navas wedding. Father and daughter went out in order to have a heart to heart talk the night before Navas wedding and both were killed in the blast.
May 18, 2003- Ghalab Tawil (42) of Shuafat was killed in a suicide bombing on a bus near the French Hill neighborhood in Jerusalem. Ghalab Tawil left his home at the far end of the Shuafat refugee camp every morning at 5 A.M. to take the first bus to the Hadassa hospital, where he worked as a cleaning man. A construction worker by trade, he began to work at the hospital in 2002 in order to be close to his 13-year-old daughter Iman, who was being treated for Leukemia and was hospitalized for five months. He often did not come home but remained near her during the long nights. A construction worker by trade, he began to work at the hospital in 2002 in order to be close to his 13-year-old daughter Iman, who was being treated for Leukemia and was hospitalized for five months. He often did not come home but remained near her during the long nights.
Sep 9, 2003- Capt.Yael Kfir (21) of Ashkelon was killed in a suicide bombing at a hitchhiking post for soldiers outside Tzrifin army base, not far away from Tel-Aviv. Yael Kfir graduated from the High School for the Arts in Ashkelon, majoring in theatre. Alongside this, her father said, she had a scientific mind, completing her math matriculation exam for the maximum 5 points with the grade of 100. Yael dreamt of becoming an astronaut and wanted to be on the first manned mission to Mars. Two weeks before she died she had sent an e-mail to NASA, asking them to advise her if she should study astronomy or astrophysics. "She had enough dreams for dozens of people, said her father."
June 1, 2001- Maria Tagilcher (14) was one of 21 people, mostly youngsters killed in a suicide bombing at a Tel Aviv discotheque on a Friday night. Maria immigrated to Israel from the Ural Mountains in Russia early in 2000 with her mother, Olga. Maria immigrated to Israel from the Ural Mountains in Russia early in 2000 with her mother, Olga. Maria was an eighth-grader at the ORT Leibovich school, and was still having trouble with Hebrew, but had many friends. She escaped terror Maria was an eighth-grader at the ORT Leibovich school, and was still having trouble with Hebrew, but had many friends. She escaped terror just two days before, when a rigged car exploded outside her school, while she was still inside. She decided to go to the Dolphin disco on Friday night to relieve the tension, but terror reached its hand for her and got her this time.
Jan 17, 2002- Edward Bakshayer (48) was killed when a terrorist burst into a Bat-Mitzva reception in Hadera. On Thursday night, a terrorist entered the David Palace hall on Weizmann Avenue in Hadera and began automatic fire at the 180 guests celebrating the Bat- Mitzva of 12-year-old Nina Kardashova. The terrorist, who also carried grenades, was pushed outside by guests and killed by the police forces who quickly arrived at the scene. Edward Bakshayev, the step-grandfather of the Bat-Mitzva girl, had just given his granddaughter a pair of golden earrings. A few minutes later he was shot to death by the terrorist.
Aug 4, 2002 - Maysoun Amin Hassan, 19, of Sajur was killed in the suicide bombing of Egged bus at the Meron junction. Maysoun Amin Hassan of the well-known Hassan family from the Druze village of Sajur in the Galilee was accompanying her older sister, Jihan, to an admissions exam to the Safed regional college. Maysoun was killed in the explosion; Jihan, who was to be married in two weeks, was injured. Their father, Amin Hassan, was a former senior police officer and serves as director of the olive growers council. Maysoun was killed in the explosion; Jihan, who was to be married in two weeks, was injured. Their father, Amin Hassan, was a former senior police officer and serves as director of the olive growers council. Maysoun, who was a gifted student, had been looking forward to begin studying psychology at the Haifa University in October.