Woman who died of heart attack during Sarona shooting recognized as terror victim

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June 14, 2016 15:30

 
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The Defense Ministry on Tuesday recognized a woman who died of a heart attack during a terrorist shooting attack in Tel Aviv on June 8 as a victim of terrorism.

Ilana Naveh, 39, suffered heart failure as two Palestinian gunmen shot at civilians at Tel Aviv's Sarona Market.

After initially claiming that she did not qualify as a terror victim, the Ministry later reversed its decision, enabling its branch that cares for the relatives of terrorism victims to ensure full rights are given to Naveh's family.

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