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and even pitchforks to smash what
they could. Burnt Arab cars dotted the- -.
road and women stomped saplings,
uprooted vines and pulled cauliflowers
from the ground. Some proudly took
the produce home with them.
Others took stones and smashed win-
dows and doors, screaming, "We will
kill you!" at the Arabs cowering inside.
Police trying to restore order also were
stoned and spat upon, and were called
"Nazis," "collaborators" and "capos.”
Throughout the procession, Livnat
Ozeri, who was restrained several
times from breaking into Palestinian
homes, remained fierce and stoic; she
did not shed a tear for her husband in
public.
The first kidnapping occurred short-
ly after Mrs. Ozeri and her in-laws
reached a compromise, brokered by
Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior, to
bury Ozeri in Hebron's old cemetery.
But as a flatbed pick-up truck began
transporting the corpse to Hebron, a
two-hour argument between members
of Ozeri's family and his former Kach
comrades exploded into fistfights.
Friends grabbed Ozeri's body and, car-
rying it on a stretcher, fled across the
countryside back toward Hill 26.
Police caught up with the stretcher-
bearers and a ragtag group of 150 sup,
porters. After another standoff, Ozeri's
loyalists agreed to a compromise, and
again the body was loaded on the back of
a pick-up truck, this time on the knees of
comrades to help stabilize the stretcher.
The convoy left Hill 26 for Kiryat
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