Local

Bereaved Brother And Bereaved Sister Get Married In Tearful Ceremony

Yafit Moshiashvili and Ariel Daniely, each of whom lost a sibling in a terror attack, got married on Monday in a ceremony in Shoham with their families, hundreds of guests and other bereaved brothers and sisters. The two met four years ago during a trip organized by the OneFamily organization, an organization helping bereaved families, including sponsoring special activities for bereaved siblings. Since the trip, Moshiashvili and Daniely became prominent activists of the organization.

Ariel is the brother of Nir HY”D, who was called for reserve service in the Golani Brigade during operation Defensive Shield, and after several days of fighting was sent on furlough. On the way home from the army Nir was killed in a bus bombing near the Yagur junction in 2002, along with seven other passengers. Nir was 24 when he was killed and left behind his parents and three siblings. Yafit is the sister of Netanel HY”D, a paramedic from the Golani Brigade who was killed in 2012 near Kissufim.

This year, ahead of the yahrzeit, Yafit wrote on her Facebook page: “Everybody knows Nati the hero who died Al Kiddush Hashem. I wanted them to know the man behind the word hero. The chubby kid with black curls, the brother who always guarded me, even when it was annoying, the brother who always gave of himself, who loved loving and enjoying life… my brother, I miss your strong hug, your messages, I miss you, my best friend. Thank you for each ray of light you send me, for the gifts of happiness and love, thank you for being with me even when you’re not.

“OneFamily” CEO Chantal Belzberg blesses the chosson and kallah: “In our work with the bereaved families we see pain, tears and hardship. But sometimes it is in the most difficult situations we see how people connect and succeed in starting together on a new path out of love, happiness and mutual assistance. Ariel and Yafit are charming people who met in tragic circumstances, fell in love and are now building s new family. We wish you and your families many happy years together.”

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

Click to add a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Local

More in Local

46e374c6dca9ba1cc2f8d7e86de1627d.jpg

Kiddush Hashem! Senator Simcha Felder Treats Homeless Man On Thanksgiving Morning

adminNovember 24, 2017
7efa7577ac2392cc12aa03f7c2bfa5eb.jpg

NJ Woman Raises More Than $290K For Homeless Man Who Helped Her

adminNovember 24, 2017
8165173c17c9dd59b6fee5f25d12210f.jpg

US Marshals: Scammers Pose As Law Enforcement Officials

adminNovember 24, 2017
e0e32e3931940ed8ba4ab9dc05bedab9.jpg

Four Chareidim Indicted For Attempting To Smuggle Ecstasy

adminNovember 24, 2017
28e10db47c13056e174b1ef8ed42952f.jpg

Senator Claims Cohn Faked Bad Reception To Get Trump Off Phone Call, White House Denies

adminNovember 23, 2017
c0096f716fd8455894734cd46597f59d.jpg

4 Penn State Students Charged With Stealing And Vandalizing Rabbi’s Menorah

adminNovember 23, 2017
c8523a9c924c36536e156e24124d8a94.jpg

Nearly Half Of US Cancer Deaths Blamed On Unhealthy Behavior

adminNovember 22, 2017
5ec0f5cdafbc87f118ec8b3be8eebb1f.jpg

Trump Explodes In Twitter Rant: Calls Father Of Freed UCLA Player An ‘Ungrateful Fool’

adminNovember 22, 2017
0a50064eebdcbcb98ce2301b9d1782a3.jpg

Activists File Lawsuit Challenging Trump Immigration Changes

adminNovember 22, 2017