TEHILLIM – Nachal Chareidi Soldier Terror Victim Remains in Serious Condition

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The soldier seriously wounded in the Givat Assaf terror attack last week, remains in serious condition, and the family on Motzei Shabbos called on the tzibur to be mispallel on his behalf. Netanel Felber was wounded in his head by gunfire during that attack and his situation is most difficult following the emergency neurosurgery that saved his life.

The family also thanks everyone for the concern, warmth and love, stating, “Netanel always returned home with a smile which illuminated our home”.

In the Givat Assaf terror attack, the terrorist fired at soldiers and civilians at the hitchhiking stop, murdering two soldiers from Nachal Chareidi, Yosef Cohen HY”D and Yuval Mor-Yosef HY”D.

The Felber family made aliyah from Silver Spring, Maryland in 2006.

Please say Tehillim for Netanel Ilan ben Shaina Tziporah bsoch sha’ar cholei yisrael.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)




3 COMMENTS

  1. Regarding the payment received by terrorists for killing אחב”י, may I suggest that every Jew that is hurt or ח”ו murdered, that the family receive a very large payment and a monthly large amount from the tax money given to the arabs by the government. If they insist on paying, so should we. I am talking about extremely large payments that may discourage them for rewarding terrorists. This should be put into law immediately.

  2. I think the juxtaposition of the lastest “anti-draft” protests and the tragic deaths of two Nahal Charedi soldiers is stunning and to be sure, disgusting. I think that the protesters owe apologies to these boys’ familiies or at least acknowledgment that these soldiers died in their stead. (True — i have a sensitivity to this issue as my son just finished service in Nahal Haredi. Of course, i feel lucky/blessed that he came out unharmed from the service). And while, i believe that there is room for the government to make political deals with the Charedim with respect to army service, at very least, there should be an acknowledgment by the Charedi leadership, the lay people and the yeshiva boys themselves that they belong serving – and to the extent that they are exempt, they should be grateful and humble.