Keren Malki, the Malki Foundation, a non-political, non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization, honors the tragically short life of a girl dedicated to bringing happiness and support into the lives of special-needs children

This site, and the work of Keren Malki (the Malki Foundation), are dedicated to the memory of

Malka Chana Roth Z"L 1985-2001

Remembering victims of terror

Since the onset of the Second Arafat War of Terror in September 2000, many hundreds of innocent victims of terror have gone to their graves with almost no one paying attention. Each and every one of them has his or her own story...  Continued below >

Thumbnail Family name Personal name Date of death Circumstances
Click to view the websites (some are no longer on-line) List is sorted in alphabetical order Our spelling after transliterating from Hebrew   The briefest of summaries - each tragedy has its own narrative

Bondar

Chana Anya

29-Jan-04

Terrorist explosion on a public bus in Jerusalem

Hobara

Odelia

28-Feb-05

One of five killed when a bomber exploded outside the Stage club on the Tel-Aviv promenade

Horowitz

Dina and Rabbi Eli

7-Mar-03

By terrorist gunmen inside their own home in Kiryat Arba while they celebrated the Sabbath

Hoter

Gavriel

27-Dec-02

Terrorist gunmen invaded the kitchen of his school in Otniel

Jesner

Yoni

19-Sep-02

Terrorist explosion on a Tel-Aviv public bus

Katsman

Elizabeth

5-Mar-03

"Liz lived only 17 years, 3 months and 9 days...
She was killed by Palestinian Muslim fanatic... in Haifa, on bus 37, when 17 people, most of them children,
were murdered by Palestinian suicide bomber

Kehrmann

Tal

5-Mar-03

One of 15 people killed in the bombing of an Egged bus on Moriah Boulevard in Haifa's Carmel section

Kessler Gila Sara 19-Jun-02 Terrorists bombed a bus stop in Jerusalem, killing the waiting passengers
Ladowski

David Diego

31-Jul-02

Terrorist explosion in a student cafeteria at Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Laham

Eliyahu

5-Mar-03

One of 15 people killed in the bombing of an Egged bus on Moriah Boulevard in Haifa's Carmel section

Levi

Racheli

14-Feb-01

On a sidewalk in Azur, south of Tel-Aviv

Mandell

Koby

8-May-01

Battered to death in a cave near Tekoah in the Judean Desert

Naim

Maayan

11-Jul-04

Killed (and 33 others wounded) when a bomb exploded at a bus stop in downtown Tel Aviv

Negari Shiri 18-Jun-02

Terrorist explosion on an Egged bus in  Jerusalem

Orbach Noa 17-Mar-02

Shooting attack on pedestrians  by in Kfar Saba, a Tel-Aviv suburb

Ozerov

Orit

9-Mar-02

Terrorist explosion at Cafe Moment in Jerusalem

Pass

Shalhevet

26-Mar-01

Ten-month old baby, murdered by sniper while in her  mother's arms near home in Hebron

Porat Yochai 3-May-02

Shot at a checkpoint north of Ofra in Samaria

Roth

Malka Chana (Malki)

9-Aug-01

Terrorist explosion at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem

Schijveschuurder

Tzira, Mordechai, Ra'aya, Yitzhak and Hemda 9-Aug-01

Terrorist explosion at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem

Shahak Bat-Chen 4-Mar-96 Bombing of the Dizengoff Center in Tel-Aviv

Shoham

Yehuda

11-Jun-01

Baby of 5 months, killed by shooter in the family car on a Samaria road

Daniel Wultz Wulz Daniel

14-May-06

The 11th victim of the April 17, 2006 terror bombing at the Rosh Ha'ir restaurant, near the old central bus station in Tel Aviv

Zur

Assaf

5-Mar-03

One of 15 people killed in the bombing of an Egged bus on Moriah Boulevard in Haifa's Carmel section

This list of websites honoring individual victims is far from complete, and still (as of 26-Feb-13) under development.

 

 

Malki's Parents Write

Chronicle of a Barbaric Massacre

Physical memorials to Israeli victims of terror are catalogued in an extraordinary website called A People Remembers. The work of one man, Yossi Zur,  whose son Assaf (Blondi) was murdered in a terror attack in Haifa in 2003, the well-designed and elaborate site documents the hundreds of terror victim commemoration sites around our beleaguered country.

Attacks on Israelis by Arab terror groups: This horrifying report continues to be updated on a daily basis, starting with the launch of the Second Arafat War in September 2000

In Memory of the Victims of Palestinian Violence and Terrorism in Israel (Israeli Foreign Ministry's listing of all the victims in chronological order)

Jacob Richman's personal website memorializing Israeli victims of terror (since 2000)

The community of Efrat, founded in 1983, has suffered the deaths of four victims of Arab terror, and seven soldiers who fell in the line of duty. A communal memorial website for the fallen of Efrat is here.

 


About memorial websites

Every innocent victim of terror has his or her own story. The stories are heart-breaking, and hard to read. But as we have learned in attempting to live our lives after the murder of our beloved Malki, allowing the memory of their lives to be forgotten is far worse.

In trying to learn about how other families use the web to remember their murdered loved one, it seemed to us that no one had created a list where websites honoring individual victims of terror were gathered in a single place. (We don't mean group-listings of terror victim names, since there are several of those - see at right. And we don't mean websites that display their names and images in order to raise money for some general purpose. There are several of those too.)

As people directly and personally affected by terror and who have learned the crucial importance of remembering, we have started the process of creating one here.

The love of family and friends

Not everyone has the presence of mind or the emotional willingness or the technical skill to put together a website in memory of their loved one. But many do, in particular the families and friends of those whose lives ended in barbaric violence.

It's fitting that those memorials be known - and visited - by the largest possible number of people.

Here is our contribution towards remembering the more than one thousand (as of January 2005 when these lines are being written) civilian victims of the Second Arafat War of Terror against Israelis and against Jews, declared on Rosh Hashanah of the year 2000. It will remain a work in progress for some time as we gather data and links.

You can help. If you know of websites that memorialize individual civilian terror victims, whether Israeli or other, please let us know.

Physical commemoration sites in Israel

One final word: physical memorials to Israeli victims of terror are catalogued in an extraordinary website called A People Remembers (in Hebrew: ארץ זוכרת יושביה) The work of one man, Yossi Zur,  whose son Assaf (Blondi) was murdered in a terror attack in Haifa in 2003, the well-designed and elaborate site documents the hundreds of terror victim commemoration sites around our beleaguered country.






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