Yaakov Don, 49, died on his way to do one of the things he loved best: to study with his sons.
“Every Thursday, just like yesterday, you went to Ma’aleh Adumim to learn with Aviad and Maor. Last week, I suggested that maybe you should not go, because you were so busy. But you said you would not give it up, because it was the highlight of your week,” Don’s widow, Sara, said on Friday as she eulogized her husband of 22 years at his funeral in Kibbutz Kfar Etzion.
He was one of three victims of Thursday’s terrorist attack, in which a Palestinian gunman used an automatic rifle to shoot bullets at Don’s car, which was stuck in a traffic jam near the Gush Etzion junction.