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8 Funerals After Massacre


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Tens Of Thousands Gather At The Jerusalem Yeshiva To Bid Their Loved Ones Farewell - Tens of thousands gathered at the Mercaz Harav yeshiva in Jerusalem on Friday morning to pay their respects to the eight slain yeshiva students. As eulogies were delivered families of the slain students were comforted. Heart wrenching cries and sobbing broke out among the thousands present as the bodies of the dead students were placed on tressles at the entrance to the yeshiva and rabbis called out the eight names with details of their funerals. The eight slain yeshiva students were laid to rest in seven cemeteries in Israel. The murdered boys are: Doron Mehereta, 26, of Ashdod; Ro'i Rote, 18, of Elkanah in Samaria (Shomron); Yonadav Haim Hirschfeld, 19, of Kokhav HaShachar (Shomron); Yochai Lipshitz, 18, of the Old City of Jerusalem; Yonatan Yitzchak Eldar, 16, of Shilo (Shomron); Neriah Cohen, 15, of Jerusalem; Segev Pniel Avichayil, 15, of N'vei Daniel in Gush Etzion; Avraham David Moses, 16, of Efrat, Gush Etzion. Of the eight funerals all in one morning, two funerals took place in the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, one in Har HaMenuchot in Givat Shaul, and the others in Ashdod, Elkana, Shilo, Efrat and Kochav HaShachar.

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Added: 7th March 2008
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Category: jerusalem
Tags: massacre yeshiva jerusalem funerals burial mercaz harav eulogies mourning sobbing crying mount olives har hamenuchot terrorism victims holy students bachorim talmidim





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