Hundreds visit Danny’s Spring a week after Rina Shnerb’s murder
A week after the terror attack near the Jewish community of Dolev in which 17-year-old Rina Shnerb was murdered and her father and brother injured by Muslim terrorists, hundreds of hikers visit Danny’s Spring.
Rina Shnerb was murdered when two Muslim terrorists detonated an explosive device while she was hiking with her family near Danny’s Spring.
Her father Rabbi Eitan and brother Dvir were seriously injured in the terror attack.
On Sunday, the Shin Bet, the IDF, and the Israeli police captured alive two Muslim brother-terrorists who planted the explosive device. The two terrorists were arrested in the terror nest of Kobar, home of the Barghouti clan of Hamas terrorists, near Ramallah.
IDF troops are operating in Arab villages near Ramallah as the manhunt continues for the Muslim terrorists who assisted Rina Shnerb’s murderers.
“Danny’s Spring” is called after Danny Gonen (25), who was murdered by Muslim terrorists in 2015 after he and his friend returned from a visit to the Ein Bubin spring.