• Meyer Grunberg

Har Nof Massacre, 2014

Updated: Dec 4, 2020

On This Day in Jewish History: November 18, 2014

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#onthisday, 2014, 2 Palestinian terrorists enter a synagogue in Har Nof, a neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel mid morning prayer and butcher 5 Jewish men. The 6th casualty came nearly a year later, a Druze police officer who was on scene first, attempted to protect the shul, suffered an injury to the head, and was placed in a coma until he passed.

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The terrorists who perpetrated the attack were incited by a vile Jewish-hatred connected to the PA / Hamas sponsored charge of a "looming Jewish takeover of Al-Aqsa." A baseless charge that has led to the death of thousands on both sides. Not to mention that this is specifically the place where the Israeli government wholly restricts Jewish freedom & presence for the sake of "coexistence", the area with two mosques on top of which both Judean Temples once stood, and is Judaism's most revered site.

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When terrorists and terrorist apologists say that they're simply "freedom fighters", ask them about Har Nof and who is being "freed" by this "fighting"?

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We remember those lost in blessing and pray that nothing of the sort ever occurs again. Zichron Livracha.

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Text Source:

https://www.haaretz.com/5-killed-in-j-lem-terror-attack-1.5330792

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