Both of the victims were survived by grieving spouses and small children.
Aznavour received the Raoul Wallenberg Medal for his parents’ role in helping Jews and Armenians during World War II.
"All we can do is be worthy of their sacrifice and make a great effort to continue on their path voluntarily, responsibly and faithfully to strengthen the State of Israel."
"Who else could stand up to a terrorist, pull out a gun, jump over a fence and shoot the terrorist so that he won't harm others?"
"The only point of light is that Ari did not go like a sheep to slaughter, he saved others."
“With his last strength, Ari fought heroically against the terrorist and prevented a greater tragedy."
“Ari Fuld was a passionate defender of Israel and an American patriot."
Hebrew-language media reported the attacker's parents allegedly warned Palestinian Authority security forces they were concerned their son was planning to carry out a terror attack after he disappeared from their home early Sunday morning.
Ari was larger than life. His deeds matched his words. His family, defending the Jewish people, teaching Torah and supporting IDF soldiers – that was his world.
"I fight anti Israel propaganda and expose those who spread it."
Rabbi Getz came to Uman with the last strength in his body to stay near Rabbi Nachman's gravesite during the days of Judgment.
In 1983, Kobzon was expelled from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and reprimanded for performing Jewish songs.
The youth, who has not yet been identified, was allegedly trying to take a photo at the time he fell to his death.
A convert to Judaism who, with her late husband, Paul, author of "An Orphan in History,'' helped many assimilated Jews to seek out their Jewish heritage.
Simon did not write about Jewish subjects, but much of his work was rooted in New York Jewish life.
"McCain was a staunch ally of the Zionist regime of Israel and a strong advocate of using all kinds of pressure against Iran."
"He loved his country with all his might and knew the challenges of the State of Israel."
A flood of tributes, prayers, sympathy and praise followed from both sides of the political aisle.
He cared about the unique personal circumstances that shaped each of the great thinkers of Jewish history.
On July 3, 1982, about a month into the Lebanon War, Avnery caused a storm when he met Yasser Arafat in the western part of besieged Beirut, and ran an interview with him.
The world today is a little emptier without her, but that much richer with the musical treasures she left behind.
Although she played valuable supportive roles, Rebbetzin Feinstein was a successful educator in her own right.
With the survivors of the battle of Kfar Etzion he founded Moshav Nir Etzion, south of Haifa, upon his return from captivity.
The doctor was a State of Ohio-licensed podiatrist. He is survived by his wife and three children.
Rebbetzin Sheila Feinstein passed away on Wednesday evening.