Oct 14, 2023
By Jeremy Logan
The family of 22-year-old Canadian-Israeli Shir Georgy, who has been missing since Hamas terrorists ambushed a music festival in southern Israel last Saturday, say she has been confirmed dead.
Early Saturday morning Israeli security forces told Georgy’s father Romen that the DNA he had submitted had been matched to human remains that were recovered from the kibbutz Be’eri, where Georgy and other partygoers had sought shelter.
Later Saturday Romen confirmed the identification at the military morgue at the Shura base outside Tel Aviv.
Shir Georgy’s family says she will be buried outside Tel Aviv Saturday.
A week ago, Hamas terrorists broke down the fence around Gaza and took over 100 square kilometres of southern Israel, attacking more than a dozen villages and cities and eight army bases. They gunned down 1,300 people, over 200 of them at an all-night music festival and many of the rest hiding in their homes.
Romen said “Hamas is not the Palestinian people. They are criminals,” “Don’t support them. Don’t send them money.”