Shabbat Service Held at Tel Aviv Terror Site

An Israeli man hungs an Israeli flag outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market on June 9, 2016 in Tel Aviv, Israel. According to police reports, four Israelis were killed and several others wounded when two Palestinian gunmen open fire at the food and retail complex in central Tel Aviv.
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The Times of Israel reports:

Sarona Market, the site of Wednesday’s shooting in Tel Aviv that left four dead and six wounded, held a prayer service to demonstrate solidarity with the victims’ families.

The Kabbalat Shabbat prayer at the central Tel Aviv pedestrian mall Friday afternoon was a Reform service, according to a Sarona spokesperson, including singers and musical instruments. It drew 350 attendees, including U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro.

“With the pain and the hurt, wishing a Shabbat shalom and happy holiday of Shavuot, the time of the giving of the Torah,” Shapiro posted in Hebrew on Facebook Friday.

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