Israeli man who succumbed to wounds from Monday's West Bank terror shooting laid to rest

By KARNI ELDAD
July 1, 2015 14:28

 
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Malachi Moshe Rosenfeld, who succumbed to his wounds Tuesday from Monday's West Bank shooting attack, was laid to rest Wednesday in the settlement of Kochav Hashahar.

Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett sped Rosenfeld, calling his family "heroic" and "Zionistic."

"Malachi was killed upon returning from a Basketball game," Bennett said. "He returned from a game. A game in which rivals play on the same court with the same rules."

"Our enemies also live with us on the same court, but they don't live by the rules. They don't have any. We're moral and they're animals," Bennett said.

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