J'lem c'tee approves terror victim memorial

By MELANIE LIDMAN
March 13, 2013 16:21

The Jerusalem municipality's Committee to Commemorate Terror Victims approved plans for a 1,300 square meter memorial space on Ammunition Hill where the families of terror victims can reflect in a quiet space.

The memorial, which still needs approval from the City Council at the next City Council meeting, will have a memorial wall with the names of victims of terror for Jerusalem and a space for ceremonies and memorial services.


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