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First Sergeant Hail Stawi, 30

One of two Border Policemen killed in the terrorist attack on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

First Sergeant Hail Stawi, 30

July 14, 2017 – First Sergeant Hail Stawi was one of two Border Policemen killed in the terrorist attack on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Hail Stawi, 30, of Maghar, a Druse village in northern Israel, died of wounds sustained during his attempt to prevent a terrorist attack on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The attack was perpetrated by three Israeli Arabs, residents of the town of Umm el-Fahm.
 
Hail Stawi served his compulsory military service in the Border Police, and in 2012 enlisted in the permanent service as a patrolman in the Temple Mount Unit.
 
Promoted posthumously to the rank of First Sergeant, Stawi was buried in his home town on Friday, 14 July 2017. He is survived by his wife, a three-week-old child, his parents and three brothers.

 

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