Gadi Levy


May 17, 2003 - Gadi Levy, 31, and his wife Dina, of Kiryat Arba were killed by a suicide bomber in Hebron.
Gadi and Dina Levy were walking on Shuhada Street (King David Street) near Gross Square in Hebron at about 7:20pm on Saturday evening when a suicide bomber wearing a white shirt like that of a yeshiva student came from the direction of the Abu Sneineh neighborhood. Nahal Brigade soldiers at a nearby position who were alerted by his behavior called out to him to stop. The bomber ignored their calls and detonated the bomb near the first people he encountered - the Levys.
Gadi died at the scene. Dina died shortly after arriving at Hadassah Hospital in Ein Kerem. The terrorist, who was killed in the explosion, was identified as Fuad al-Kawasma, a member of Hamas.
Gadi and Dina Levy were married about 18 months ago and settled in Kiryat Arba. Gadi, who previously lived in Tel Aviv, was working at the Kiryat Arba supermarket. 
Rafael Avitan, Gadi's boss at the supermarket, said, "We all attended their wedding at the Jerusalem Rabbinate and celebrated. Gadi was a special person, very dedicated to his wife and mother and always willing to help anyone who needed assistance. He was a very special person, he wanted so much to be a father. He loved children."
Gadi Levy was buried in Holon.