Which of the "Chosen Ones" Am I? #6

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I was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1956. I studied medicine at the private Yeshiva University in  New York City and received a medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

In 1983 I immigrated to Israel and served as a physician in the Israel Defense Forces. I later worked as a physician in the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba near Hebron. Although I was an emergency doctor who treated victims of Arab-Israeli violence, I refused to treat Arabs, even the Arab soldiers serving in the IDF.

I was a long-time devotee of Meir Kahane, founder of the Israeli far-right political party Kach, a group classified by the United States and Israeli governments as a terrorist organization.

          On Purim Day, February 25, 1994, I entered a room in the Tomb of the Patriarchs that was serving as a mosque, wearing my “army uniform with the insignia of rank, creating the image of a reserve officer on active duty.” I then opened fire killing at least 29 worshippers and wounding more than 125 others. One mosque guard reported after the shooting that he thought I was trying to kill as “many people as possible” and that there were “bodies and blood everywhere.”

          I was hit on the head with a fire extinguisher and beat to death. I was 37 years old. 25 Palestinians were killed by Israel Defense Forces and five Israelis were killed in the week following the massacre. Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin described the attack as a “loathsome, criminal act of murder.”

          At my funeral, Rabbi Yaacov Perrin claimed that even one million Arabs are “not worth a Jewish fingernail.” A plaque near my grave reads that I “gave my life for the Jewish people, the Torah and the nation of Israel.” The epitaph on my tombstone reads that I am a “martyr with clean hands and a pure heart.”

          For years radical Jewish settlers continued to celebrate the anniversary of the killings and in 2010 were criticized for singing songs during Purim praising my massacre, with phrases such as “….there is none other like you in the world. Doctor we all love you … he aimed at terrorists’ heads, squeezed the trigger hard and shot bullets, and shot and shot.”

Which of the "Chosen Ones" Am I?

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