From the JTA:
The parents and four siblings of Ezra Schwartz visited the West Bank spot where the American yeshiva student was killed by a Palestinian terrorist.
On Sunday, Ruth and Ari Schwartz of Sharon, Massachusetts, and their children saw the traffic junction in Gush Etzion where the minivan in which Ezra, 18, and several other yeshiva students were riding on the way to a volunteer project was shot at during a Palestinian terror attack.
“I just knew that I needed to come to Israel,” Ruth Schwartz told The Jerusalem Post. “I just felt sad that he is not with us, and I was not here with him when it happened.”
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