How Long the Journey? Terror Spree Murders Three

Thousands gathered along Route 60 in Samaria Monday afternoon, ahead of the funerals of the two Israeli men murdered by an Arab terrorist in the village of Huwara Sunday afternoon. The two brothers, Hillel Menachem Yaniv, 22, and Yagel Yaakov Yaniv, 20, were residents of Har Bracha.

Their mother Esti Yaniv called on the government to restore security to Samaria. “We cannot allow ourselves this kind of loss [of security]. We also really want to prove that that the eternal nation is not afraid of the long journey.”

Terror attacks continued today. A 27-year-old Israeli man was killed in a drive-by shooting north of the Beit Ha’Arava junction. Two other terror attacks were carried out nearly simultaneously, in three separate locations, all of them drive-by shootings. All were in the Jordan Valley. At a third location, Palestinian Authority terrorists opened fire on Highway 90 near St. George’s Monastery, also in the Jordan Valley, near the Almog Junction. The terrorists sprayed an Israeli vehicle with bullets, but miraculously, no one was injured. It is believed the same terrorist(s) were responsible for all three shootings.

This is what happens immediately following a security summit? One can only wonder what the benefit to Israel is in attending these summits when Israel continues to experience multiple daily terror attacks!

Americans For a Safe Israel conveys its condolences to the Yaniv family and the family of the 27-year-old killed today. May the families be comforted among all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem and know only simchas. We wish a speedy recovery to those who may have been injured or traumatized in today’s terror attacks.

#Huwara #TerrorAttack

‘Instead of seeing them get married, we are burying our sons’, by Israel National News, February 27, 2023

Israeli man killed in West Bank terror shooting — IDF, by Emanuel Fabian/Times of Israel, February 27, 2023

Israeli Killed in Jordan Valley Terror Attack Near Beit Ha’Arava Junction, by Hana Levi Julian/Jewish Press, February 27, 2023

Netanyahu denies agreeing to construction freeze at Jordan summit, by JNS, February 27, 2023




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