Sunday 15 October 2023

Minnesota Woman Who Spent Life Advocating For Palestinian Rights Is Murdered By Hamas

 An American woman and her husband, whose parents survived the Holocaust, were murdered during Hamas‘ unprecedented terror attacks last weekend that resulted in the deaths of more than 1,300 Israelis and wounded thousands more.

Cindy Flash emigrated to Israel decades ago after falling in love with the country during a trip that she took in college. She later met and married Igal Flash.

Cindy, 67, spent much of her life protesting against Israeli military action in Gaza and advocating for the rights of Palestinians. On October 7, approximately 2,000 Hamas terrorists stormed the Israel-Gaza border and executed a highly detailed terrorist attack that experts say likely took over a year to plan — and Cindy is one of more than two dozen Americans who is confirmed dead from the terrorist attack.

Cindy and Igal, 66, were murdered in their safe room in Kfar Aza, a kibbutz in southern Israel that experienced some of the most barbaric acts during the attack.

“They are breaking down the safe room door,” Flash said in a text message to her daughter, 34-year-old Karen, who was nearby. “We need someone to come by the house right now.”

Keren told CNN that the terrorists then “managed to break into the safe room” and that was “the last time anyone heard from them.”

According to the New York Post, Cindy was a “staunch advocate for the rights of Palestinians.”


Keren said that whenever there was an Israeli military operation, her mother “would always protest” because “you don’t treat human beings like that no matter what their religious belief is and what their ethnicity is.”

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