Wultz family to attend Olmert's Congress speech

May 24, 2006 03:58


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The family of Daniel Wultz, the American teenager killed in the Pessah terror attack in Tel Aviv, will attend Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's speech before a joint session of the US Congress on Wednesday. The Prime Minister's Office invited the Wultz family from Florida to be Olmert's guests to honor Daniel's memory. Daniel Wultz, 16, died last Sunday from wounds he suffered from the suicide bombing at Tel Aviv's old central bus station. Friends of the family said Monday that Daniel Wultz's father Tuly, who was also wounded in the attack, his mother Sheryl and sister Amanda were on their way to Washington, as well as Daniel's grandparents. Sheryl is a relative of Congressman Eric Cantor (R-Virginia), a member of the House leadership.

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