Memorial ceremony for Israeli hero Ari Fuld held in Manhattan
A memorial ceremony was held in Manhattan, New York, Wednesday, marking 30 days since New York-born Ari Fuld was murdered by a Muslim terrorist in Gush Etzion.
Dani Dayan, Consul General of Israel in New York, opened the ceremony which was initiated by the Riverdale Jewish Community and attended by hundreds of people, community school students, and community rabbi Avi Weiss.
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Hasbara warrior and Israel advocate Ari Fuld HY’D was murdered by a 17-year-old Muslim terrorist at the entrance to Harim shopping center in Gush Etzion last month.
Fuld gave chase after being stabbed and attempted to shoot at his attacker. However, the Muslim terrorist was eventually shot and neutralized by a passerby.
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Born in New York, Fuld, 45, immigrated to Israel in 1994 and was a well-known pro-Israel advocate. His Facebook page stated: “Living the dream! I have a love for the Nation of Israel, Land of Israel and Torah of Israel.”