Murdered by a terrorist
'When energy was lacking, she woke everyone up'

Hadar Buchris's teacher says she was 'like a psychologist to her friends' and a talented actress. She will be laid to rest Monday at 3 PM.

Uzi Baruch ,

Hadar Buchris
Hadar Buchris
Courtesy of the family

Hadar Buchris, 21, the latest victim of surging Arab terror, who was murdered at the Gush Etzion Junction Sunday, studied at Zohar College for Women in Bat Ayin. The students of the college planned to convene Sunday evening and then head to the Gush Etzion Junction to protest.

Ayala Eretz Hatzvi, who was Hadar's theater teacher at Ulpenat Nov in the Golan, said that Hadar graduated after majoring in theater. "She was a charming girl, radiant and friendly, a true woman of merit and a kind of psychologist to her friends, who could always turn to her and talk until the middle of the night.

"She was very talented at theater, both in drama and comedy," the teacher recalled. "When energy was lacking in the group, she always managed to wake everyone up."

Dr. Ofer Merin, Head of the Trauma Unit at Shaare Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem, said that Hadar had been stabbed multiple times in the head, and the area of the heart and chest. The young woman arrived with no life in her, in critical condition, with no blood pressure and not breathing. We attempted resuscitation several times but in the end we had to determine her death."

She will be laid to rest Monday at 3 PM at Har Hamenuchot in Jerusalem.