Israeli Celebrities Respond to Teens’ Deaths: ‘They Killed Our Boys’
Monday evening’s breaking news of the discovery of the bodies of the three slain Israeli teens left more than a few of the country’s performers and celebrities bereft.
Several posted photos of themselves in prayer at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, others Instagramming selfies, like a teary-eyed Moran Atias, who held a handwritten sign that read, simply, “They killed our boys.”
Atias’ image joined scores of other entertainers who posted photos of the three with the caption, “May their memories be blessed.”
Along with Atias, model Bar-Rafaeli wrote to her followers, “these boys – innocent on every level – have united us.
“Today we stand with downturned heads, but without shame.”
Model Or Grossman wrote in English, “peace will come when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us,” quoting past Israeli prime minister, Golda Meir.