Father seriously wounded in Ramot terror attack makes first visit to sons’ graves

The father of two boys killed in a Palestinian terror attack in Jerusalem last month made a first visit to his sons’ graves after he was also seriously wounded in the attack.

Avraham Paley only found out about the deaths of his two boys after waking from a coma two weeks after the attack.

The two children, Yaakov Yisrael Paley, 5, and his brother, Asher Menahem Paley, 7, were killed by a terrorist who drove a car into the bus stop where they were waiting, in the Ramot neighborhood. Another man, Alter Shlomo Lederman, a 20-year-old yeshiva student who was recently married, was also killed.

Paley was taken to the cemetery in a wheelchair immediately after being released from the hospital and could be seen weeping as he sat by their fresh graves.


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