9-year-old child murdered by Palestinian terrorist

The "One Family Fund" (www.onefamilyfund.org) has published the story of Tomer Almog, a 9-year-old Israeli child who was killed by a Palestinian mass murderer on 10/4/2003:

Tomer Almog, 9 Murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

Oct 4, 2003 - Tomer Almog, 9, of Haifa was one of 21 people killed in a suicide bombing carried out by a female terrorist from Jenin in the Maxim restaurant in Haifa. The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. [...]

Three generations of the Almog family had gone to the beach and then went to Maxim for lunch. Tomer was killed along with his grandparents, Ze'ev and Ruth Almog, his father Moshe, and cousin Assaf Staier. Tomer's mother Orly, brother Oran, and sister Adi, were all wounded along with his aunt Galit.

Tomer Almog was buried in Haifa alongside his grandparents, father and cousin Assaf. He is survived by his mother Orly, brother Ron, 9, and sister Adi, 6.






Posted by David Melle
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I support the Koby Mandell Foundation, and lately I had gotten kind of involved in the story of Daniel Wultz, made a video in his memory which his foundation posted on their website. I've had your wonderful site blogrolled for some time.. this story about Tomer Almog.. its almost too much to take anymore. Thanks for posting the story, each one of these kids whose life has ended at the hands of "palestinian" monsters needs to be told.

Posted by: Michael Ghostwolf at December 2, 2006 07:32 PM


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