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To Remember and Create

On July 31, 2002, terror struck the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. A bomb exploded in the crowded "Frank Sinatra" cafeteria during lunch hour, where many of the University's staff and students, both from Israel and abroad, were dining. Tragically, nine people were killed by the deadly explosion and many more injured:
Revital Barashi, Marla Bennett, Benjamin Blutstein, Dina Carter, Janis Ruth Coulter, David Gritz, David (Diego) Ladowski, Levina Shapira, Daphna Spruc.

This site is testimony to the University's double promise: to remember the victims of terror and to continue creating, safeguarding freedom of thought at a pluralistic academic institution open to all.



Contributors to the creation of this site:
The Hebrew University Center for Multimedia: Uriel Abulof, Leah Prawer, Einat Lotan-Kochan; Yair Lapin (Information Systems); The Division of Development and Public Relations & Snunit, a non-profitable organisation for a web-based learning .

We wish to thank the Rothberg International School and Maariv newspaper for providing some of the content for the website.

please send your comments via e-mail to:
uriel_ab@mscc.huji.ac.il


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