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‘My Heart Breaks To Hear Your Little Son Calling, “Abba, Abba.” Your Little Son Can’t Manage Without You.’

“My heart breaks to hear your little son calling, ‘Abba, Abba.’ Your little son can’t manage without you.”

Those were the words of Yehuda Edery, the father-in-law of 31-year-old Yotam Ovadia, at Ovadia’s funeral on Friday. Ovadia, the father of two-year-old Harel and seven-month old Itai, was brutally stabbed to death on Thursday night by a 17-year-old Palestinian terrorist as Ovadia was on his way to his parents’ home to get ingredients for a special dinner he planned to make to surprise his wife.

According to Israel National News, the terrorist, identified as Tarak Da’ar Yousef, jumped the security fence in the Jerusalem-area town of Adam and stabbed Ovadia to death. He also stabbed two other Jews, one of whom is in moderate condition and another who was released from the hospital.

Ovadia is survived by his wife Tal and his two children.

At the funeral, Edery continued, “We want to ask your complete forgiveness if we did anything to you. We all wanted only the best for you. Thank you for what being what you were for your beloved children and your beloved wife Tal. We are praying for Heavenly mercy to help her through this difficult period. We will hold you in our hearts forever.”

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  1. Raymond Schneider

    July 28, 2018 at 5:40 pm

    Islam is the primary evil in the world. The mental illness of the left who imagine collectivism can cure when it only kills is a close second.

    • Edwina

      July 28, 2018 at 6:20 pm

      Agreed, God bless this family, just awful to be killed by mearly what name you give to the almighty and how you praise him. Islam is not peaceful, it could be if their Imams didn’t preach hate for the infidel and encourage to go out and commit atrocities/Jihads. Sad seemed like a beautiful family, so nonsensical a death.

  2. paulette barrow

    July 28, 2018 at 7:12 pm


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