Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Sub-human Arab Vermin slaughter Jews in Hebron

This is what happens when you neglect to take out the trash...
Palestinian terrorists murdered four Jewish civilians in a shooting attack at the Bani Naim junction just south of Hevron Tuesday evening. Emergency service paramedics could do nothing to save the victims whose bodies were riddled with bullets. The terrorists had reportedly made sure their victims were dead by shooting them from close range after the initial fusillade, as terrorists have done in prior attacks on unarmed civilians and children.

The victims are a husband and wife, parents of six, and two passengers. Their names were cleared for publication Tuesday night by local police:

* Yitzchak and Talya Imas
* Kochava Even-Chaim
* Avishai Shindler

The four were all citizens of Beit Haggai, located between Hevron and Be'er Sheva.

Yitzchak and Talya Imas were the parents of six children, the eldest one being 24 years old and the youngest one being a year and a half old. Talya Imas was nine months' pregnant when she was killed by the terrorists.

Kochava Even-Chaim was a teacher in Efrat. She left behind her husband and an 8-year-old daughter. Her husband, one of the first Zaka first aid volunteers to arrive at the scene, discovered that his wife was among the victims when he approached the attacked car.

Avishai Shindler had only recently moved to Beit Haggai with his wife.

The funerals of all four victims will take place beginning at 11:00 am on Wednesday. Eulogies will be delivered in the Beit Haggai synagogue, and the funeral processions will then take place. During the processions residents of Mount Hebron, Kiryat Arba, Efrat, and Gush Etzion will stand on the road with Israeli flags and pay their last respects to the victims.



  1. Shana Tova, my friend!

  2. Thank you, Nanc! Great to hear from you. Thanks for popping in. :)

  3. A Hannukkah story please?

  4. I guess I should update the blog at least once every 3 months, nanc.

  5. I haven't for several months! HA!

  6. MZ: I have a new blog up. Check me out! How come you haven't had any new posts lately? Shabbat shalom, my friend!


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