It has been cleared for publication that the sisters murdered in the shooting attack in the Jordan Valley on Friday were Rina and Maia Dee, aged 15 and 20, from Efrat.
The mother, Leah (Lucy), is fighting for her life at the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem. The hospital announced on Saturday that the 48-year-old victim's condition remains critical. She is unconscious and on a respirator at the Hadassah Ein Kerem intensive care unit after undergoing emergency orthopedic surgery. The hospital added that she is accompanied by her family.
The public is asked to pray for the recovery of Leah bat Tziporah.
The Dee family immigrated to Israel from England several years ago.
A "Farewell Campaign" for the Efrat community is expected to be held on Sunday afternoon at around 4:15. From there, they will continue to the cemetery in Kfar Etzion. Members of the community will stand by the roadsides on the route to the cemetery to support the family of the murdered sisters.
The funeral is expected to be held at the Kfar Etzion cemetery at 5:00.
These times are not yet finalized.
The attack occurred near the Israeli town of Hamra in the Jordan Valley. At the time of publication, the terrorist is still at large.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent his condolences to the Dee family: "On behalf of all the citizens of Israel, I send my condolences to the family of the two wonderful sisters in the Jordan Valley.
In these moments, the mother of the family is fighting for her life, and together with all the people of Israel, I pray for her safety, and we all send our condolences and strength to this dear family in this moment of great sorrow."
British Minister of State Foreign Commonwealth & Development Affairs, Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, condemned the terror attacks on Friday, "I condemn yesterday’s attacks in the West Bank, killing two British-Israeli nationals and injuring one other, and in Tel Aviv where an Italian national was killed, and British nationals were injured. My thoughts and prayers are with all those impacted."