Thousands March to Show Support for Samaria Community After Deadly Terror Attack

by Leah Rosenberg
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The Samaria community was hit once again with a deadly terror attack. The world should know though that the Jewish people are here to stay.

Support for the Samaria Community After Attack that Killed 1

A young father of a one-year-old was murdered in cold blood a little over a week ago. His name was Yehuda Dimentman, and he was just 25 years old. Why was he killed? For being Jewish in his homeland. His wife is now left a widow and his son fatherless. How can anyone claim that it is because this young man did anything wrong? Because he existed in his ancient homeland? Is that a crime? The world cries out about Jews living in Judea and Samaria. It is insane! Judea and Samaria belong to the Jewish people! And then the world justifies the terrorists murdering innocent Jews? Leaving children without parents? Wives without husbands and vice versa? There are no excuses for brutal murderers, and the world needs to stop giving one. The Samaria community is not made up of criminals, and the world should stop treating them that way! They are innocent Jews.

Thank G-d, the Jewish people came together to support the community. Despite the rain, thousands came to support Chomesh, the place where the young father was killed and others injured. They came to demand a return of a Jewish Israeli presence. After rumors that the government plans to destroy the Yeshiva of Chomesh (where Yehuda learned) and ban Israelis from the area, Jews from all over Israel came in droves to defend this area. If the government destroys the Yeshiva, it only encourages the terrorists. It gives in to what the murderers wanted.

On Saturday night the police/army were stopping the cars from driving to Chomesh, so people got out and walked:

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