Yesterday, Ari Fuld, 45, beloved husband and father to four children, was murdered by an IslamoNazi.
Though stabbed in the back, Ari courageously drew his weapon, pursued his attacker, and managed to shoot and wound the cowardly IslamoNazi before collapsing from his wounds. (CCTV of the incident here)
Ari was rushed to Shaarei Tzedek hospital where tragically he passed away.
Ari Fuld was an amazing man.
My wife Karen spent time with him on her last visit to Israel.
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On Yom Hazikaron, Memorial Day, Israel comes to a standstill as it remembers the lives lost on the front lines and from terror. We mourn, we remember, we stand together.
“How long did it take you to qualify as a sharpshooter in the IDF?”
“Not too long. I had natural way with rifle. I start out at 15 meters, then up to 30, 50, 100, 400 then all the way up to,” she hesitates, “classified meters.”
Israeli soldiers are famously and appropriately tight-lipped regarding training and operational details.