More than ten thousand people responded to the call of the widow of the victim of last week’s attack, Yehuda Dimentman, and marched to Homesh in the pouring rain.
Ezri To Be’s drone flew above the Homesh marchers / Credit: Ezri To Be
At the head of the procession was Yehuda’s widow Ettia Dimentman, together with his father Rabbi Mordechai Dimentman and members of Yehuda’s family, and with them Rosh Yeshivat Chumash Rabbi Elishama HaCohen and Head of Shomron Regional Council Yossi Dagan and Knesset members from all factions who came to strengthen the family’s demand not to demolish the Homesh yeshiva but instead regulate it as a response to the murder.
The Homesh marchers sing Ani Maamin – I believe in the coming of the Messiah / Credit: Boaz Sandorffy
The myriad people held a memorial service in Yehuda’s memory at the scene of the attack.