For the first time since they were wounded in the recent terror shooting attack in Ofra, Shira Ish-Ran and her husband Amichai were interviewed.
It was the first time they spoke publicly since their firstborn son, who was shot in the attack, passed away.
“Our baby managed to unite us,” Amichai said. “We are getting strength from the people of Israel,” she added. “Everyone wanted to come and help us and wish us well, secular, religious, chareidi, from across Israeli society.”
Amichai added, “We are brothers first and foremost, and they will not succeed in taking that from us. They can stab us, shoot us, run us over, hurls stones at us, murder us, and kill our children, but they cannot break us. We won’t allow them to.”