Victim's in-law calls to expel terrorist families

Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman, mother-in-law of Monday stabbing victim Michal, says expelling terrorist's families only way to 'stop' terror.

Hezki Baruch ,

Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman
Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman
Nati Shohat / Flash 90

Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman, the mother-in-law of the woman moderately injured in the stabbing on Monday, said she heard about the attack while participating in the funeral procession for terror victim Dafna Meir. 

Meir, a 39-year-old mother-of-six, was brutally murdered in front of her children on Sunday by an Arab terrorist who broke into her home in Otniel, several miles south of Gush Etzion.

The pregnant Michal Froman was stabbed a day later after a terrorist broke into a clothing store where she was working in Tekoa, located in the east of the Gush Etzion bloc in Judea.

"We are in a very difficult situation," Froman told Arutz Sheva. "Something here is being split open, something in this madness to go out and stab people. It's endangering our personal security."

"I am actually very close to the world of the Palestinians," she continued. "Every day I'm in contact with activists on the Palestinian side and with people who want this situation to become a sane one and want coexistence." 

"Precisely because of that, we need to be very clear and to the subject," Froman stressed.

"From my familiarity with the situation on the ground, it is very clear to me that until the families of terrorist's are expelled from here to Gaza, [the terror] will not stop," Froman asserted. "There are things that foment [terror] in the area and there are things that can block it."