Those We Have Lost

Moshe Vahedi, 37: Dad of 3 who ‘loved to help whoever he could’

Murdered by Hamas terrorists at the Supernova music festival on October 7

Moshe Vahedi (Courtesy)
Moshe Vahedi (Courtesy)

Moshe Vahedi, 37, from Ashkelon was murdered by Hamas terrorists at the Supernova music festival on October 7.

Moshe attended the festival with friends Shlomo Alfasi and Dadu Tzafir and was murdered while trying to escape.

He is survived by his parents Shlomo and Shoshana; his wife, Karin; children, Lian, Noya, and Nehorai; and siblings Sharon, Uri, Karmit, Galit, and Harel.

Moshe was described as a dedicated and caring husband and father who was always ready to help whoever he could wherever he was needed.

“Love for people was [his] way,” Karin said of her husband who she described as “a man of peace who was always attentive, caring, and loved to help people modestly.”

Karin thanked Moshe for their three children, 17 years together, and “a pure love that was cut short in the middle of life,”

Roi Avidan, Moshe’s brother-in-law, wrote on Facebook that he had “always respected everyone, cared for everyone to make sure they weren’t missing anything, and was always pursuing peace and justice in the world.”

Moshe’s nephew, Liam, said he was “A good and funny uncle whose every word made us laugh.”

He went on to describe Moshe’s dedication to his parents, saying he would visit them every morning before he went to work and “make them happy with jokes and video clips.”

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