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Four Israelis Murdered in Tel Aviv Terror Shooting

Scene and victims of Tel Aviv terrorist shooting, June 8, 2016 (Photo: Jerusalem Post/facebook/Dann Mechlis/BGU)

We continue to bring you news on yesterday's horrific terrorist shooting at a Tel Aviv market. Now, reports The Jerusalem Post's Lahav Harkov, the four victims murdered in the attack have been identified, and include an IDF veteran, a professor, and a mother of four:

The slain victims were: Ido Ben Ari, 42, from Ramat Gan; Michael Feige, 58, from Givatayim; Ilana Naveh, 39, from Tel Aviv; and Mila Mishaev, 32, from Ashkelon.

Ben Ari was sitting at the Benedict restaurant with his wife and two children at the city's popular Sarona complex when the Palestinian terrorists opened fire, killing him and wounding his wife...

Ben Ari served in the elite Sayeret Matkal unit in the IDF and won a presidential award for his service in reserves.

Another victim, Dr. Michael Feige, was the head of the Israel Studies program at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev...

Shooting victim Ilana Naveh was at Sarona celebrating her friend's birthday when terrorist gunfire stuck her in the chest.

Her funeral was scheduled for Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Yarkon Cemetery in central Tel Aviv. She is survived by her husband, lawyer Alon Naveh, and four children...

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