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'We Don't Have Answers' for Deaths of 6 Children

The unfinished plywood board was about the right size for the frame of a go-cart. Resting on it, the small shape bundled in a black and white cloth jarringly reminded one mourner, Jeremy Gold, of “a little gift.” It was the body of Shmuel Zargari, age 11 months, being borne by stricken men up a parched Jerusalem hillside to a small hole in the stony ground. Not walking yet and just speaking his first words, Shmuel was one of six children killed in a bomb attack on Tuesday that Israelis today began calling the “children’s attack.” In all, 20 people were killed and more than 100 were wounded — about 40 of them children — when a Palestinian blew himself apart aboard a city bus crowded with devout families returning from Judaism’s holiest site, the Western Wall. Full Story

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