Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) paid a condolence visit on Tuesday night in Kiryat Arba, where he visited the mourning Litman family; Rabbi Ya'akov Litman and his son Netanel Litman were gunned down by Arab terrorists last Friday.
Ya'alon spoke with the bereaved family members and looked at pictures of the two victims, who were shot driving with family on the way to a Shabbat Hatan – the Sabbath celebration for the groom before a wedding – for the groom of the rabbi's daughter Sarah-Tehiya Litman.
On the way, an Arab terrorist waylaid the car, murdering the father and son and wounding another son, Dvir.
Sarah-Tehiya, who was supposed to be married on Tuesday night in a wedding now to be held in nine days in Jerusalem that they are inviting the general public to attend, spoke with Ya'alon about the dangers on the roads in Judea and Samaria, which have been plagued by constant attacks.
"To give a security briefing before every drive is to be a free people in its land?," posed Sarah-Tehiya, demanding that Ya'alon close Highway 60 where the murder occurred to Arab traffic.
"If only it was that easy," said Ya'alon, to which the bereaved 21-year-old responded, "being orphans isn't easy either."
"You have security, only dad and Netanel will guard us," said Sarah-Tehiya.
She demanded that Ya'alon do his job as defense minister, saying, "our mission is to continue the path of dad and Netanel. You do your mission. If you want, lets switch."