Itamar terrorism: photos of murdered children
Sunday, March 13, 2011 12:52 AM
These photos were released by the family. They have given full permission
for their use and they to ask you to report on the horrific reality of
murdering children and babies in their sleep, simply because they are
The photos are high resolution and can be reproduced in your website and
For more information, pls contact Roni Arazi, spokesman of the Yesha
Council, Israel; 972-54-566-5999.
On Friday night at 10:30 pm the terrorists entered the house through the
living room picture window, did not notice the 6-year-old boy sleeping on
the couch and continued on to the bedroom where they slashed the throats of
the father and newborn baby who were sleeping there. The mother came out of
the bathroom and was stabbed on its threshold. The evidence shows that she
tried to fight the terrorists. They then slashed the throat of the 11-year
old-son who was reading in bed. They did not notice the 2-year old asleep in
his bed, but murdered the 3-year old with two stabs to his heart. After
that, they locked the door, exited through the window and escaped. Two hours
after the infiltration, there was another warning signal from the same spot
on the fence, as the terrorists left the way they had come. Once again, the
patrol did not identify the source of the signal as infiltration.
The 12-year-old daughter returned home at 00:30 and found the door locked.
She asked a neighbor to help her. He brought a weapon with him once he
noticed tracks and mud near the house. The two woke up the 6-year old
sleeping in the living room by calling through the window and when he opened
the door, the Rabbi returned to his home. When she entered the bedrooms, the
young daughter saw the horrific bloodsoaked scene and ran out of the house
screaming. The neighbor ran back and fired several shots in the air to alert
security personnel. Within a short time, large police and IDF forces
arrived and began intensive searches to see if the terrorists were still in
the community. At 03:30 a.m., military trackers discovered footprints
leading to the Arab village of Avrata.
With hopes for better days,
Jaffe Strategies, Ltd.
Ruth J. Lieberman
CEO, Jaffe Strategies