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December 17, 2015 7:04 am

Israeli Vehicular Terror Victim Gets Engaged While in Rehab; Says He Plans to Dance at His Wedding

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The site of last month's car-ramming attack at the Tapuach junction. Photo: Army Radio.

The site of last month’s car-ramming attack at the Tapuach junction. Photo: Army Radio.

An Israeli victim of a Palestinian terrorist attack affirmed his commitment to life this week by getting engaged, Israel’s Army Radio reported on Wednesday.

Roi Kapach, who is undergoing strenuous rehabilitation and physical therapy for wounds sustained in a car-ramming attack at the Tapuach junction in the West Bank last month, asked his girlfriend to marry him on Tuesday.

“I did it, but without getting down on one knee, which is impossible for me at this point,” Kapach said, noting progress in his recovery — and expressing optimism that he and his bride “will dance at our wedding.”

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