Thousands attend funeral of Border Policewoman killed in Jerusalem attack

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June 18, 2017 06:55

 
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Thousands of people attended the funeral of Israeli border police staff Sergeant major Hadas Malka late Saturday night, who was murdered on Friday in the attack at Damascus gate, according to a statement by Israeli foreign press spokesman.

The funeral was attended by the Israeli minister of public security, the police commissioner, the head of the border police, Israeli parliament members, police officers and thousands more.

Hadas, 23, served in the border police since 2012.

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