Ynetnews reports: After Renana Meir witnessed a Palestinian terrorist murder her mother, Dafna, she will stand, along with her father, Natan, before the United Nations in New York on Monday to speak about the realities of terrorism for Israeli victims.
The UN building in New York was built to symbolize the unity of the worlds’ nations and their shared struggle for the improvement of their lives. In recent years, it has become a symbol for pro-Palestinian sentiment and an arena in which decision are consistently taken condemning Israel while ignoring the reality on the ground, for Israel in general and for the victims of Palestinian terrorism in particular.
Currently, in one family that experienced Palestinian terrorism in the hardest possible way is coming to that very same building to tell the world clearly and unequivocally: “Hear our pain; stop supporting terror.”
On January 17, Dafna Meir, 38, stood at the entrance of her home in Otniel together with her 17-year-old daughter, Renana. Suddenly, she was attacked by a 16-year-old terrorist armed with a knife. With the strength that she could muster in her final moments, Dafna fought off the terrorist to prevent him from entering her home and harming her five other children, who were sleeping inside.
Finally, the terrorist fled, and Dafna died. Two days later, he was caught in his home in a village near Hebron and was indicted for murder.
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