"There is no feeling of revenge in me, for the pain does not leave room," a weeping Noa Ben-Artzi said as she spoke to mourners about her grandfather. "Ones greater than I have eulogized you, but none knew the softness of your caress as I did, or that half-smile of yours that always said everything, the smile that is no longer there. You were and still are our own private hero and I want you to know that everything I ever did was for you." Many in the audience began crying, and even the translator's voice wavered as the freckled 17-year-old concluded: "May the God of Israel that preserves all of us preserve you in the heavens as you deserve. I am with you forever."