Today’s terror victim, Eviatar Borovsky, is remembered as a gentle soul:
Eviatar Borovsky, 31, was supposed to attend rehearsal for a new improvisation play of the Ar’el theater group for Jewish culture Tuesday morning, but before his friend arrived at the Tapuach junction to pick Borovsky up, the latter was stabbed to death by Salem Zaal, 24, from the village of Shucha near Tulkarem.
Borovsky, resident of the Yitzhar settlement, is survived by a wife and five children. His friend Oshri Meimon, who was supposed to pick him up Tuesday morning, told Ynet that terror victim was “a talented man who would always laugh at everything.”
Assaf Paniel, another friend from the theater group said that “as soon as we heard about the attack we tried to make it to his house in Yitzhar, so we could be with his wife and the family, but the army was blocking the road.”
Though 14 years have passed since Borovsky graduated from the Hispin yeshiva, head of the yeshiva Rabbi Moshe Egozi, remembered Borovsky fondly, noting that “he was a special man, very spiritual, alternative, abstract; a very gentle person.
“We met again later in life when we started an alumni seminary at the yeshiva,” Egozi added. “We started the seminary so as to promote the study of alternative spirituality, in which Eviatar was always interested.”
Meanwhile, here is how “moderate” Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah remembers his murderer:
This morning, an Israeli father of five Evyatar Borovsky was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist at the Tapuach Junction, north east of the Israeli city Ariel and south of the Palestinian city Nablus in the West Bank.
Fatah’s Facebook page is celebrating the murder and glorifying the murderer. Pictures of the terrorist and the victim were posted by Fatah’s Facebook administrator and the text calls the murderer: “The hero, the released prisoner, Salam Al-Zaghal.”
The following are the texts and pictures from Fatah’s Facebook page celebrating the murder: