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Aish Kodesh Gilmore
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In honor of Aish Kodesh Gilmore, murdered at a welfare office in East Jerusalem, Rosh Hodesh Marchesvan, 5761, apparently by an Islamic extremist.

Aish Kodesh Gilmore, 25, a guard at the National Insurance Institute in East Jerusalem, was murdered on October 30, 2000.

Kodesh grew up in Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's community of Meor Modiim. He was a good-hearted person who cared about his family and his community, who loved his little daughter Taliya and his wife Inbal.

Our whole community grieves his death, because everyone loved Kodesh, and this crime is so short-sighted, another stumbling block on the road to making an agreement between Palestinians and Israelis that will enable both our peoples to live and raise our children and enjoy life.

Kodesh did not hate anyone. Fourteen years ago, when the olive trees were uprooted in the Arab village of Medya, his father Reuven planted an olive tree in that village as a sign of solidarity with the villagers. And now he has buried his son, whose murder is a desecration of God's Holy Name.

May God grant rest to Kodesh, console his family, and bring peace to all who live in this tormented region.

 
alifa -11/2/2000
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