The Jerusalem Post reports: When Inbal Naveh Safir awoke at 1:30 in the morning to feed her baby, Leo, she discovered that her phone had been inundated with WhatsApp messages while she was sleeping.
“Are you OK? Is everyone safe? Where were you?” Having gone to bed early, she was unaware of the shooting attack that took place hours earlier in Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market, killing four and injuring dozens. Her parents had been at a movie in the area just 20 minutes before, but were thankfully safe.
Safir took to Facebook to let her friends know that she and her family were all right, but she was also exasperated.
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