Those we have lost

Stories of civilians and soldiers killed since Hamas’s onslaught on Israel on October 7, 2023

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The 'Those We Have Lost' project commemorating individuals killed in the 2023-2024 war with Hamas is ongoing. The results seen here do not yet reflect the full picture of those Israelis and foreigners in Israel who were killed on and since October 7, 2023

Segev Shushan (Facebook)
Segev Shushan, 28: Photographer prankster with an ‘endless smile’
Murdered alongside his girlfriend while fleeing the Supernova music festival on October 7
Moussa Abu Sabila, 41, was killed by Hamas in the kibbutz Re'im area on October 7 (courtesy)
Mussa Abu Sabila, 41: Killed while driving to rescue nephew
Bedouin father of six slain by Hamas near Kibbutz Re'im on October 7
Itamar Ben Yehuda, who was killed battling Hamas terrorists on October 7, 2023. (Courtesy)
Staff Sgt. Itamar Ben Yehuda, 21: ‘A person to climb a mountain with’
Killed battling Hamas terrorists at the Paga IDF outpost on October 7
Ran Poslushni (IDF)
Ran Poslushni, 48: Father of 4 with a sharp sense of humor
Killed by accidental friendly fire while defending his home in Kibbutz Nahal Oz on October 7
Sgt. Aviv Hajaj, who was killed by Hamas terrorists on October 7, 2023. (Courtesy)
Sgt. Aviv Hajaj, 19: Observation soldier who was filled with joy
Killed by Hamas terrorists who overran the Nahal Oz IDF outpost on October 7
Sgt. First Class (res.) Omer Nissim Bitan (IDF)
Sgt. First Class Omer Bitan, 22: Reservist with big life plans
Killed by a mortar fired from Gaza at Kibbutz Nirim on October 14
Itzik Kozin (Courtesy)
Itzik Kozin, 72: Kibbutz fixture who had all the gossip
Murdered by Hamas terrorists in his home in Kibbutz Be'eri on October 7
Daniel Ohana was killed by Hamas on October 7 at the Supernova rave. (Facebook).
Daniel Ohana, 24: Buried alongside girlfriend
Murdered by Hamas at the Supernova music festival on October 7
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