Chairman Tzvi Pozis-Shahak of a terror-victim group criticized the government, Monday, for its treatment of victims of terror and their families. Speaking at the official Memorial Day observance at Mount Herzl for terror victims, he acknowledged that the state did some things but cannot do everything. He took the state to task for not helping his organization, which is having a hard time of helping terror victims that the sate cannot help.
Pozis-Shahak, whose daughter was murdered in the Dizengoff Shopping Center suicide bombing of Purim 1994, noted that terror victims were not included in plans for a national memorial to be built on Mount Herzl. He said that planning to include them would help his feelings.