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Mother of Terror Victim Faces Down Terrorist in Court

Sarah Rosenfeld, mother of terror victim Malachi Rosenfeld

Perhaps the only thing harder than burying one's child would be to come face-to-face with the vile terrorist who murdered said child. That is exactly what Sarah Rosenfeld did recently, reports Ynet News' Yishai Porat, as she gave voice in court to her murdered son, Malachi:

Sarah Rosenfeld, mother of terror victim Malachi Rosenfeld arrived at the Ofer military court on Sunday and met face to face with a member of the terrorist cell that murdered her son two years ago.

"I was afraid that Malachi's voice couldn't be heard through the earth, so I came to help make sure it was," said Rosenfeld...

Rosenfeld addressed the court, saying, "I wanted to remind (everyone) there is blood on the hands of this evil man. Precious blood, rare blood, the blood of a big and important man. I wanted to emphasize the difference between him and my son. The difference between the power of love and the power of hate."

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