In Memoriam of:

Alina Falhati

Age: 21

From: Beit She'an

In Loving Memory of the Innocent Souls Taken Too Soon. United in peace, their light shines on in the hearts left behind. October 7, 2023, a day of sorrow, but their memories guide us toward a hopeful tomorrow.

Alina Falhati, z"l, of Beit She'an, was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists from the Nova festival. Three weeks later, her remains were found in Gaza among a pile of burnt bodies.

Alina was born in the city of Kaliningrad in Russia and moved with her family to Israel in 2001. She grew up and was educated in Beit She'an, and served in the Yiftach camp in the Upper Galilee.
Per her friend, Coral: "She has done a lot since her release. She tried to get to know herself, took a self-development course, a numerology course and dreamed of fulfilling herself. She wanted to start a nail course. She was always very smiling, optimistic, such a strong soul, always made sure he was well.

I lost the best friend in the world," said her friend May. "Alina already said two months ago that she was going to a party. She went out with her friend Yonatan, who was a photographer and was also preparing to take pictures there. They waited a long time to arrive at the party together. All the while I prayed that Alina would come back, I believed that she would come back until the last moment. She will always stay with me."

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