You probably didn't hear about it. It happened just before the weekend and, after all, not that many died, it was only one homicide bomber and there were no dead Palestinians.
In one foul act of one whose will to reach the glories that await him in heaven and bend to the will of those who brainwashed him to believe that he performs the will of a greater being, four young, promising people were violently taken from their loved ones as they stood waiting for a bus under a bridge near Tel Aviv. The name of the town is Petah Tikva, place of hope.
Who will weep? The family of the dead Shahid, no they will celebrate his glory.
Those who weep are the families of the four young people and those who were injured.
Why did it happen? Because those who train, send and rule these young Shahids are scared by Ehud Olmert and Ariel Sharon's clear pragmatism in returning to the pre-intifada status quo of many Palestinians working and earning a fair living inside Israel. Full stomachs do not serve their cause. Closure and economic restraints play straight into their hands.
Adva Tzippora Fisher:
St.-Sgt. Noam Leibowitz:
Cpl. Angelina Shchero:
Cpl. Rotem Weinberger: