Grandson born to Shnerb family

Son born to Tamar Levanoni, sister of Rina Shnerb, who was murdered in terrorist attack on the Dani Spring.

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Rina Shnerb
Rina Shnerb
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A son was born to Tamar Levanoni, the sister of Rina Shnerb, who was murdered in a terrorist attack on the Dani Spring near the town of Dolev.

“Two thousand years after the terrible destruction [of the Holy Temple], and a year after our beloved sister Rena was murdered, a new Jewish life was born. This is a victory for our people over all those who seek to harm us,” the family wrote.

Rina Shnerb, a resident of the city of Lod, was murdered a year ago in a terrorist attack in Binyamin, where she was a hike with her father, Rabbi Eitan Shnerb, and her brother Dvir Chaim.

The 19-year-old brother was suffered moderate-to-serious injuries while the father Eitan was lightly injured. The two were flown by helicopter to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem and were discharged several weeks later.

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