IN PICTURES: Hundreds of teenagers gather in memory of 10 killed students

Hundreds gathered in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem to commemorate the lives lost.

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April 29, 2018 07:05
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Dozens of teenagers gathering in memory of those killed in Tzafit canyon flood disaster

Dozens of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster.. (photo credit: AVSHALOM SASSONI/ MAARIV)

 
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Hundreds of teenagers gathered in circles of friends in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square and Jerusalem's Zion Square on Saturday night, in memory of the students killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster.

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (AVSHALOM SASSONI/MAARIV)

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Ten students were killed after being swept away by a surge in the Tzafit stream, west of the southern part of the Dead Sea, amid intense storms throughout the country.

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (AVSHALOM SASSONI/MAARIV)

Ella Or, Yael Sadan, Maayan Barhum, Tzur Alfi, Shani Shamir, Romi Cohen, Adam Levy, Gali Balali, Ilan Bar Shalom and Adi Ranen lost their lives in a pre-army academy hike during the storms. Funerals for 7 of the victims began were held on Friday, the funerals of the other 3 will be held on Sunday.

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (KOBI RICHTER/TPS)


Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (AVSHALOM SASSONI/MAARIV)

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (KOBI RICHTER/TPS)

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Jerusalem's Zion Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (YITZHAK KELMAN/TPS)

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Jerusalem's Zion Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (YONATAN SINDEL/FLASH 90)

Hundreds of teenagers gathering in circles Jerusalem's Zion Square, in memory of those killed in the Tzafit canyon flood disaster. (YITZHAK KELMAN/TPS)

Jonathan Weber Rosen contributed to this report.


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