Placard from the “martyrs’ garden”
YNetNews By: Roee Yanovsky
A community garden planted in praise of the memory of terrorists who carried out attacks from the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ras al-Amud was demolished in a joint operation with the Jerusalem Municipality and the Israel Police.
A garden planted in the memory of 47 terrorists killed during the recent wave of violence was destroyed by the Jerusalem district police on Tuesday.
The garden was established in the Ras al-Amud neighborhood of the city. An olive tree sapling was planted for every one of the 47 terrorists commemorated in the garden, alongside a placard with a picture and the name of the terrorist, as well as graffiti on a nearby wall praising these terrorists’ actions.
A ceremony to establish the “martyrs’ garden” took place three weeks ago, whereby members of the community were invited to bless the memory of these terrorists and plant an olive tree sapling in their name.