Terror victim’s dream of marriage and children never came true
Hadar Buchris, 21, only had time to accomplish one of her two life-long wishes before she was stabbed to death on Sunday afternoon.
Hadar Buchris, 21, only had time to accomplish one of her two life-long wishes before she was stabbed to deathon Sunday afternoon by a Palestinian terrorist as she stood at the bus stop at the Gush Etzion junction.
“You had two dreams; to travel to India and to get married,” recalled her friend, Gilly Gan-Or, as he eulogized her on Monday.
“You fulfilled one dream,” he said as he explained to the hundreds of mourners in the Har Hamenuchot cemetery in Jerusalem that Hadar has just returned from a half-year trip to India. “But unfortunately, you will never achieve your second dream,” he said. She was already thinking of what names to give her future children, Gan-Or added.
Upon her return from India, Hadar had chosen to move to Bat Ayin in Gush Etzion to study in the Zohar seminary. “You were afraid of the security situation. I told you it would be OK. I did not know that God had other plans,” he said.
Her friend Iska said that she could not believe a terrorist was able to extinguish Hadar’s beautiful spirit. She recalled how she would start her day with a “huge smile of optimism and love.” “You were a lioness in the midst of
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