Remembering the Slain Sons

Bereaved father of Mercaz Harav victim and Yeshiva student who was close to the victims speak to Arutz Sheva on the 2nd anniversary of the attack.

Yoni Kempinski , | updated: 05:43

Bereaved father lights memorial candle
Bereaved father lights memorial candle
Israel news photo: Yoni Kempinski

The main event marking the 2nd anniversary of the terrorist massacre in Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav in Jerusalem took place Thursday night in the Yeshiva. The participants paid tribute to the eight students who were gunned down in the library of the religious-Zionist movement's flagship yeshiva, by an Arab terrorist from eastern Jerusalem.

Arutz Sheva TV attended the event and spoke with Naftali Moses, the bereaved father of Avraham David who was murdered in the attack, and Menachem Novick, a student of the Yeshiva who was close with some of the victims. Moses speaks about his feelings during these days of sorrow and memory, and Novick speaks about the mission of spreading the words of Torah and Judaism, a mission that was strengthened and emphasized in memory of the fellow students who were murdered.