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  אדר ב 17, 5771 , 23/03/11

Terror Victim Twice Wounded

One of the many people wounded in a bombing in Jerusalem on Wednesday was also wounded in a terrorist attack eight years earlier, outside Cafe Rimon in downtown Jerusalem. The man, Sasson Tzedaka, spoke to Arutz Sheva from his bed in Bikur Cholim Hospital.

After the bombing Wednesday “I saw images from the first terror attack, and I was sure it was a flashback. I didn't think that I was in a second attack,” he said. Tzedaka said he believes he was saved in the merit of his grandfather, Rabbi Yehudah Tzedaka.

He expressed symapthy for those who were more seriously wounded, saying, “I know the kind of suffering they are going through, the terror and pain they are experiencing.” He called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu “not to close down the hospital that has saved my life for a second time.”
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