Terror victim Dafna Meir set to be buried at 9 a.m. Monday in Otniel

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January 18, 2016 06:38

 
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A funeral procession for terror victim Dafna Meir, who was murdered at home on Sunday by an as-yet unapprehended assailant, is set to begin from her home-village of Otniel at 9 a.m. Monday morning before arriving at 11 a.m. at Jerusalem’s Har Hamenuchot cemetery.

Meir died after struggling with the terrorist, and acted to protect those of her children who were at home with her at the time.

Security forces as of Monday morning were continuing with an extensive manhunt for the terrorist responsible, seemingly a Palestinian who worked in construction in the settlement.

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