Tzipora (Tzipi) Kaplan, daughter of Rabbi Meir Kahane HYD, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Srugim reported.
Kaplan, 56, a resident of Kiryat Moshe in Jerusalem, lost her father and her brother Benjamin HYD in terror attacks. Her husband, Rabbi Moshe Kaplan, was the editor and publisher of Rabbi Kahane’s books.
Rabbi Kahana’s disciple Baruch Marzel eulogized her, saying: “She stood out as a woman of kindness in Kiryat Moshe – and you know that in Kiryat Moshe it is difficult to stand out in this area. Everyone knew her modesty, and she spread a lot of kindness. Her brother was murdered by terrorists, her father was murdered by terrorists. She had a very difficult life. A very good woman.”
Israel Bramson, a resident of Hebron who originally lived in Kiryat Moshe and was a neighbor of the Kaplans told Srugim, “She was a neighbor of my parents’ in Kiryat Moshe, we met her for many years. She was an amazing woman. A housewife who was the focal point of the home in all matters. A woman of virtue by anyone’s yardstick. A wondrous woman in every way.”