‘I Might Sound Harsh. I Don’t Care’: Israeli Father Whose Daughter Narrowly Escaped Death In Bombings Expresses His Fury

‘I Might Sound Harsh. I Don’t Care’: Israeli Father Whose Daughter Narrowly Escaped Death In Bombings Expresses His Fury


An Israeli father whose daughter narrowly escaped being murdered in the suspected Palestinian bombings on Wednesday in Jerusalem issued a powerful Twitter thread in which he delineated his feelings after the attack.

Uri Pilichowski, whose op-eds have appeared in the Jerusalem Post and The Times of Israel, wrote about the experience of his daughter Naomi.

“This wasn’t a day we ever dreamed of…even in our nightmares. A🧵on today’s terror attack and our daughter,” he began.

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“Early this morning, our 18-year-old daughter Naomi walked to her regular Jerusalem bus stop to commute to her national service job in Beit Shemesh. As she approached the stop, a Palestinian terrorist detonated a bomb packed with nails and other shrapnel. One of the pieces flew at Naomi, hitting her, but not seriously.

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