Israeli terror victim Eliyahu (‘Eli’) Kay, 25, laid to rest in Jerusalem
by Josh Hasten
November 22, 2021
Eliyahu (“Eli”) David Kay, 25, a South African immigrant to Israel who was murdered in a terror attack in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday morning while on his way to prayers at the Western Wall, was laid to rest in the presence of thousands of mourners at Jerusalem’s Har HaMenuchot cemetery on Monday afternoon. Thousands more watched the funeral live online. Kay, who worked as a tour guide at the Western Wall Heritage Foundation, was gunned down by Hamas-affiliated terrorist and Jerusalem resident Fadi Abu Shkhaydam, an extremist who often spewed anti-Israel hate during sermons he delivered in area mosques. Four other Israelis, two civilians and two border police officers, were wounded in the attack. READ MORE
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