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    Dedicated to Israeli innocent children

    Peace be upon you all,

    O ye who believe! stand out firmly for Allah as witnesses to fair dealing and let not the hatred of others to you make you swerve to wrong and depart from justice. Be just: that is next to Piety: and fear Allah for Allah is well-acquainted with all that ye do Quran 5:8

    I know I am going to be blasted for this - but to me a life is a life. Jew or Muslim, Christian or Hindu - We are all created by the Same God.

    I have prayed each time a Palestinian gets killed. We all have and continue to do so. But what about the innocent children killed in the suicide bombings? Is it justified? Is that "resistance"?

    This is dedicated to the Israeli children that were innocently killed during the recent suicide bombings of Passover.

    May God Almighty grant them Everlasting Peace. My condolences to the families of these people and the Israeli people.



    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Adi Shiran, 17, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    Adi Shiran was eating lunch with her parents, Shimon and Hili at the Matza restaurant. Adi was killed in the blast; her parents were injured. Both are unconscious in intensive care at Ramban Hospital in Haifa - Shimon in critical condition and Hili in very serious condition.

    Adi wrote music and sang, and was a member of the school singing group. She dreamed of being accepted into an army performing troupe and of studying acting in London.

    Adi Shiran will be buried in Haifa. She leaves behind her parents, her brother Eyal (24) and sister Einat (21).




    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Anat Ron, 21, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    After going shopping for clothes with her father, Anat Ron was eating lunch with her parents and her brother Ofer at the Matza restaurant. Only her mother Carmit survived the blast, lightly wounded in the leg.

    Anat Ron completed her army service last year. She spent last summer working with handicapped children in a Jewish Agency camp in America and planned to return this summer. She hoped to study occupational therapy.

    Anat Ron was buried in Haifa alongside her father Aviel and her brother Ofer. She is survived by her mother Carmit, and her grandmother Yael.



    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Ofer Ron, 18, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    Ofer had planned to go to the shore on Sunday. But because of the bad weather he decided to go with his parents, Aviel and Carmit and his sister Anat, 21, to the restaurant. Only his mother Carmit survived the blast, lightly wounded in the leg.

    A 12th grade student, Ofer was studying architecture. He planned to join a Golani unit in the army.

    Ofer Ron was buried in Haifa alongside his father Aviel and his sister Anat. He is survived by his mother Carmit, and his grandmother Yael.



    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Orly Ofir, 16, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    Orly Ofir was having lunch with her mother and two sisters at the Matza restaurant when the blast occurred. Her sister Roni was lightly injured. Although Orly spoke to them in the ambulance, she died of her wounds shortly after arriving at the hospital.

    Orly was a high school student, and played on the Maccabi Haifa girls' soccer team. Yesterday the head of the team, Shuki Frankel, described Orly as an outstanding player. Her friends described her as a very special girl, with a lively, cheerful personality.

    Orly Ofir was buried in Haifa. She is survived by her parents, Yossi and Shuli, and her sisters Roni and Ilanit.




    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Danielle Manchell, 22, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    After a math class at the Ankori school, Danielle went to eat lunch at her favorite restaurant, where she would ate almost every day. She was killed in the blast.

    Danielle, the eldest of four children, grew up in Rome, where her father was studying, until the age of 10. She served in the army as a teacher, and was completing her matriculation exams at the Ankori external high school in Haifa. She dreamed of studying in Rome. She lived in a rented apartment in the Neve Sha'anan neighborhood and worked as a waitress.

    Danielle Manchell was buried in Haifa. She is survived by her parents, Nurit and Doron, and two brothers, Assaf and Roni.




    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Ran Koren, 18, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    Ran Koren was having lunch at the Matza restaurant with his father, Shimon, and younger brother, Gal. His mother Rachel was supposed to join them, but at the last minute backed out of the date. A few minutes before the explosion, Shimon called to ask if she wanted him to bring home some take-away. Ran was killed along with his father and brother.

    Ran was a 12th grader at the Reali school, considered Haifa's best. He is described by his friends as always having a smile on his face. He loved sports and was always riding his skateboard.

    Ran Koren was buried in Haifa alongside his father Shimon and brother Gal. He is survived by his mother Rachel



    March 31, 2002 - Mar 31, 2002 - Gal Koren, 15, of Haifa was one of 14 people killed in a suicide bombing in Haifa, in the Matza restaurant of the gas station near the Grand Canyon shopping mall.
    Just after 2:30 PM on Sunday afternoon, during the Passover holiday, the terrorist entered the popular Matza restaurant in the Neve Sha'anan district near the Grand Canyon mall. The explosion tore the roof off the one-story building, and blew out the windows, instantly killing 14 people, and leaving horrific scenes of people on fire, and people with lost limbs. Over 40 people were injured.
    Gal Koren was having lunch at the Matza restaurant with his father, Shimon, and older brother, Ran. His mother Rachel was supposed to join them, but at the last minute backed out of the date. A few minutes before the explosion, Shimon called to ask if she wanted him to bring home some take-away. Ran was killed along with his father and brother.

    Gal attended junior high the Reali school, considered Haifa's best. He was artistic and loved to draw.

    Gal Koren was buried in Haifa alongside his father Shimon and brother Ran. He is survived by his mother Rachel.




    March 29, 2002 - Mar 29, 2002 - Rachel Levy, 17, of Jerusalem, was one of two people killed when a female suicide bomber blew herself up in the Kiryat Yovel supermarket in Jerusalem.
    On Friday afternoon, Rachel's mother, Avigail, asked her to go to the supermarket to buy some things for the Shabbat meals. A 16-year-old female Palestinian suicide bomber, wearing a belt of explosives around her waist, walked into the supermarket in Jerusalem's Kiryat Hayovel neighborhood Friday afternoon and blew herself up. Haim Smadar, the security guard, prevented the bomber from going deep inside the store. Rachel Levy, who was near the entrance, was killed; 28 people were injured.
    Rachel Levy was a senior at the Sieff High School. Fellow pupils from her photography class at school said that she was an excellent pupil, and that an exhibition of Rachel's photographs is being held at her school. "She was a charming girl, allways smiling and pleasant. simply a wonderful person," said a relative. "She loved books, music, and sports," said her mother.

    Rachel's cousin, Rafi Levy, was killed in a terrorist shooting attack at a roadblock near Ofra a month ago.

    Rachel Levy was buried in Jerusalem. She is survived by her parents, Amos and Avigail, and her two brothers: Guy, 23, and Kobi, 7.
    Last edited by Amir Ali; 04-04-02, 06:53 PM.
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    Thank you

    That is a very good article and I agree with you whole-heartedly. Just because someone believes in something you might disagree with, doesn't mean its okay to kill them. There can be peacefull co-existance, just look at the USA, Britain, and many other world democractic powers. There US is the most diverse population in the world, and yet we have very few religion related violence. I have seen Catholic, Islamic, Buddhist, and Muslim worshipers peacefully not just live together, but work, play, hang-out, etc. together.
    But, will this happen in the middle east? I would bet no.

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      #3
      It has to - there is no alternative
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        Peace be upon you Amir Ali
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          #5
          Peace be upon you Ken,

          I believe in peaceful resistance and peaceful co-existence.

          Seems like the admins have removed the img tags. No images. Oh well - anyone wants to see the faces of those kids before they were blown to bits can click on the links.

          Peace.
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            #6
            Ever heard of Mohatma Ghandi? For such a peaceful man, he accomplished quite a lot.

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              #7
              Originally posted by kenwayy
              Ever heard of Mohatma Ghandi? For such a peaceful man, he accomplished quite a lot.
              ...and he never chanted "Death to" anyone.

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                Peace be upon you Ken,

                Mahatma (means Great Soul in Hindi) Gandhi, ML King, and Mandela all brought about some of the biggest changes in the world and are great influences today. History and this world is indebted to them and will be forever. Yitzakh Rabin tried and wanted to achieve the same.

                Peace,
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                  #9
                  amir ali is not a muslim, wishing islamic greetings to those who have ill malice to islam is wrong, furthermore no zionist is innocent, all israelis in one way or the other are oppressing our palestinian brothers. 90% of israel is seized arab land whose inhabitants were brutalized and made to migrate in untold ways prior and during the 1948 war click to:
                  www.jerusalemites.org
                  www.palestineremembered.com
                  for pictures and documented facts that prove my point.
                  so those who carry out those maytrdom operations in palestine are right now having a great time with the delights and bounties of paradise. may allah gave the brothers in Hamas and Jihaad and all palestine the patience, istiqama and victory against the worst type of creatures on this planet.
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                    #10
                    Why am I an enemy of Islam? I am an athiest, I hate no one due to religious preference. Also, if you haven't noticed, I said that both sides are responsible for the ever continuing violence.
                    And thank you Amir Ali, it is cool headed people like yourself that offer the only hope for peace in that region.

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                      NO PEACE WITH ZIONISTS, THE [edited] DONT KNOW ANY OTHER LANGUAGE BUT THE LANGUAGE OF HOSTILITY,HARSHNESS AND WAR
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                        and from where did they learn this language? Think on that one.

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                          they have a dirty and evil nature. SINCE THE VERY BEGINNING THEY HURTED THEIR PROPHETS, THE CAUSED HAVOCS ETC.. IT IS THEIR [edited] JUDAISM THAT TEACHES THEM TO DO SO.
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                            I was hoping as I read that someone would post similar stories about dead Palestinians but..... PS All menbers at Arab Summit (that voted for normal relations with Israel) are now by definition: Zionests
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                              Salam, Peace be upon you Amir Ali.
                              Its nice to see you back on the forum:)

                              There is no such thing as a 'muslim', 'jewish', 'christian' children. Childen are children and when they get dragged into our bloody conflicts, there is something seriously wrong with the world. My condolences to the families of all children murdered world over. We can sit here and talk about the 'islamic ruling for this and that...' but the fact remains that killing children is wrong at all times and can never be justified. When people kill children in the name of Islam, it brings great sadness to me...I don't know how to begin to explain it. It's just such a desperate situation.

                              May the souls of those children rest in peace, with the security and tranqulity they never knew in their short lives here on earth.

                              Thanks for the article.
                              Ma'salama
                              Peace to all
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