Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Fifteen years

Frimet Roth shares some personal thoughts at her blog on the anniversary of the day her daughter Malki was murdered: Fifteen years on, there's no relief from the griefPlease read and share.

The annual Aliyah Lakever (going up to the gravesides) and Azkara (memorial service) in memory of the lives of Malka Chana Roth and her friend Michal Raziel, may their memories be a blessing, will take place at the Har Tamir cemetery in Jerusalem on Wednesday evening, August 24, 2016 (Chaf Av, according to the Hebrew calendar) at 17:30

The girls, aged 15 and 16, were the closest of friends and neighbours in life. Buried forever side by side, they were victims of a horrifyingly calculated Hamas attack on a Jerusalem restaurant that sought, and succeeded, to murder as many Jewish children as possible according to the engineer of the massacre.

As in previous years, free bus transport will be available to and from the ceremony via a chartered bus that will leave the Ramot neighborhood in Jerusalem half an hour before the ceremony, returning afterwards to the same place. For driving and bus directions and for details, please email us and we will be happy to provide some notes. 

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