Published: August 1st, 2013
Avraham Bromberg was murdered by Israeli Arabs in 1980 and Guy Friedman was murdered by Israeli Arabs in 1992. Their murderers may be released as part of a much-despised terrorist prisoners release
Photo Credit: pictures provided by Bromberg and Friedman families
It is in the town of Zichron Yaakov that two families lived, nearly as neighbors, although they never met each other until common tragedies united them – the first tragedy being when each family lost a member to terrorist murders by Arab Israelis. And now another tragedy looms: the potential release of those murderers in a political deal with no reciprocity at all from the other side.
In November, 1980 Corporal Avraham Bromberg was 10 minutes outside of Hadera on his way home to Zichron Yaakov, when he took a ride from the wrong Israelis. These two, Israeli Arabs, members of Fatah, kidnapped Bromberg and later shot him at point blank range. Then they dumped him out by the side of the road to die.
It took three years, but the Israeli Defense Forces and the Shabak captured Bromberg’s two murderers: Karim and Mahir Younis. Karim was a student at Ben Gurion University when he was arrested. PLS CONTINUE READING: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/brotherhood-of-murdered-kin-protest-release-of-arab-israelis-video/2013/08/01/
Lori Lowenthal Marcus