Jewish blood is not cheap: Furious Israelis protest, pay tribute to terror victim Ori Ansbacher
Furious residents gathered Saturday evening in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, and several locations throughout Israel to protest against the security situation and pay tribute to Ori Ansbacher, who was brutally murdered in a horrific terror attack in Jerusalem.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the entrance to Jerusalem near the Chords Bridge and at Zion Square.
Hundreds rally and pay tribute to Ori at Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square.
19-year-old Ori was found brutally raped and murdered Thursday evening in the Ein Yael forest, located near the Jerusalem’s Biblical Zoo and the Arab village of Walaja.
A gag order imposed immediately after the terror attack was partially lifted to reveal the arrest of the terrorist, but all other details of the barbaric murder remain barred from publication.
In a joint operation, the Yamam special anti-terror unit and the IDF arrested Friday night the Muslim terrorist who murdered Ori.
The 29-year-old terrorist, identified as Arafat Arfaiah, a resident of Hevron, was caught alive near a mosque in Ramallah. He is a member of the Hamas terror group and was known to the security forces for terrorism-related offenses. He has been staying illegally in Israel.