Meir Tamari, a terrorist victim, was shot near the Jewish neighborhood of Hermesh on Tuesday, and he was laid to rest in Shaked in Samaria on Wednesday.
Tamari was shot in the upper body and taken by helicopter to the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera, where he was later determined to be dead.
Tamari was buried on his 32nd birthday and left behind a wife and two young children.
At the funeral, his widow Tal stated, “Today we were meant to have a lovely day with the kids to celebrate your birthday.
“Instead, we’re here to pay you tribute.”
Yossi Dagan, the head of the Samaria Regional Council, urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take immediate action to stop terrorist assaults by the Palestinians.
“Terrorism exists wherever there are no populated areas. To enhance the State of Israel and to serve God, we will boost settlement, Dagan stated during the funeral.
“We appeal to the prime minister, the defense minister, and other cabinet members: This murder could have been stopped.
How come you shut down the checkpoints? Why did you refrain from attacking the Palestinian Terror Authority militarily? We want clarification. Jewish blood cannot be lost, the speaker added.
Dagan’s council requested an “Operation Defensive Shield 2” earlier on Wednesday in response to the numerous shootings, stone-throwing incidents, and Molotov cocktail assaults that regularly occur in Samaria.
During the Second Intifada in 2002, “Operation Defensive Shield” was conducted. To end continuous terrorism, IDF soldiers infiltrated significant Arab cities in Judea and Samaria.
Two days after the Passover atrocity, when a Palestinian suicide bomber struck a seder dinner at Netanya’s Park Hotel, killing 30 people and injuring 140 others, it was started.