‘Mom is in my heart,’ says foster son of slain Israeli woman

‘This is the first time I have a home of my own,’ said Dafna Meir when she first moved in with her husband. She was murdered by a teenage terrorist on the threshold of that home in Otniel earlier this week. But while Dafna went through life with humor and unending energy, she wasn’t afraid to die.

Related Posts

  • After three months of terror, survivors share fears16 December, 2015 After three months of terror, survivors share fears Over 270 Israelis have been wounded so far during three months of terror attacks, and some are struggling to readjust to life; Moshe has received psychological treatment and cries when he is reminded of the car that exploded next to him. Daniel sees th...
  • Families of intifada victims: ‘No relief for this pain’7 March, 2016 Families of intifada victims: ‘No relief for this pain’ 33 were murdered in this escalation of violence, which started on the eve of Rosh HaShana. The son of Alexander Levlovich, the first victim, says 'Whenever I hear about someone who was killed, I go back to the moment they told me that my father was mur...
  • Meir Ettinger: The face of Jewish terrorism12 December, 2015 Meir Ettinger: The face of Jewish terrorism The Shin Bet describes him as a central figure in Jewish terrorism, 'a violent and dangerous ideological criminal,' while his friends tell of a quiet and pleasant young man who became a leader merely because of his writing skills; somewhere on the way,...
  • AUDIO: Dreaming of breaking down the walls9 April, 2014 AUDIO: Dreaming of breaking down the walls Think tank leads West Bank tour in hopes of fostering greater Israeli understanding of Palestinian issue. Ynetnews joined one such tour, listen to special audio report.
  • Fighting the phenomenon of teenage terrorists22 January, 2016 Fighting the phenomenon of teenage terrorists A third of the terrorists of the last few months have been under the age of 20. The Palestinian Authority says that most of them suffer from personal difficulties and prefer to die 'heroically.'

Leave a Reply

Read the original at ynet - News.