Jewish Policeman Dies In Shooting Riot In Gaza

Border Police officer Barel Shmueli who was critically wounded in a shooting on the Gaza border, on August 21, 2021. (Border Police)

Staff Sgt. Bare Shmueli was critically injured by Hamas during a shooting attack at the Gaza border. Sadly, Shmueli succumbed to his injuries and has passed away. Heart breaks in Israel. May the memory of this brave border police officer be a blessing.

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Border policeman dies from Gaza riot shooting injury

St.-Sgt. Barel Shmueli was shot by a Gazan gunman during border riots, and despite multiple surgeries to save his life, he succumbed to the injuries.

“The medical staff fought for Shmueli’s life as he underwent several surgeries. In spite of all the efforts and due to the complex nature of the injury sustained, we were forced to determine his death,” a statement from Soroka read.
Barel’s family commented on his death on Monday.
“Today, we parted with the child who sacrificed his life to protect us and be the best man he can be. Barel, we may be saying goodbye but we will never forget you. It was a privilege to know you and a shame we didn’t have more time,” the emotional statement read.
Israeli politicians offered their condolences on Monday as news broke of Shmueli’s death.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett released a statement on Monday offering his condolences to Shmueli’s family.
“There are no words sufficient to comfort the family in its deep mourning,” Bennett said. “Barel was a fighter in his life and in his death. He fought for his life until the last moment, as all of Israel prayed for him.”
“I would like to embrace the family, which has lost what was most precious to it. May Barel’s soul be bound in the chain of life,” the Prime Minister added.

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