Dror Hanin, the 38 year-old Beit Aryeh man and father of 3 killed Tuesday as he handed out food and gifts to soldiers on reserve duty, was buried in Yehud Wednesday afternoon.
Yossi, his brother, eulogized him.
"The terrorists who took you from us today made a huge deal," he said. Hanin was murdered by Hamas terrorists, who shot rockets at Israeli civilians. "They did not kill one person; they murdered a whole world."
"But what they don't know is that you got a Tzav 8 (Order 8; call-up for reserve duty in times of emergency - ed.) for the guardian angels in heaven," he added. "If you are [up] there I am not worried - they [the terrorists] should worry about you."
Yossi also noted the timing.
"Yesterday was the 17th of Tammuz," he said, noting the traditional fast day marking the beginning of the end for the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem. "For us, your death was nothing short of the fall of the Third Temple."