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Slain Woman, 23, Remembered as "Beloved, Sweet, Full of Light"

Shlomit Krigman, Israeli stabbing victim in West Bank terror attack, January 25, 2016 (Photo: facebook)

Yesterday we told you of the latest stabbing attack in the Holy Land, which left two Israeli women critically injured. Now, The Times of Israel reports that one of the women, 23-year-old Shlomit Krigman, has succumbed to her wounds:

The death of 23-year-old Shlomit Krigman, who sustained serious injuries during a stabbing attack in the West Bank settlement of Beit Horon Monday and died of her wounds Tuesday morning, left the young woman’s friends and relatives shaken, as they grieved and recalled her warm heart, artistic nature, and her social conscience.

“She was a caring person, close and caring toward her friends,” Einat Dermer told the NRG news site. “She was just a person who wanted everything to be good, and she did that in her own way.”

Krigman, who had previously served as a group leader for the Bnei Akiva Youth Group in Beit Horon, was spending time with her grandparents in the settlement when she was attacked...

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