Moshe Feiglin wrote the following on his way to Daphne Meier’s funeral in Jerusalem on Monday.
We have grown accustomed to the murders. Every two and a half hours on average there is an attempted murder. Every day or two – a ‘success’. We understand that the PM does not have a solution. So we get used to it. Or we conjure up an easy enemy – and embark on a witch hunt against Jewish terror.
We have gotten used to it.
So have I, to my great shame.
And then it hits again. Somebody who you know. One of your party members, an activist, the familiar, smiling face. Such a great soul, whose absence is immediately felt – refuses to become just another faceless statistic.
Daphna Meir fought like a lioness to save her children.
The villainous terrorist had to stab her so deeply that he couldn’t get the knife back out.
And that is how, with her death, Daphna saved her children.