Sergio Ramos visits family of murdered Israeli officer
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Sergio Ramos visits family of murdered Israeli officer

Spanish footballer met relatives of Haieo Sitawe, a victim of last July's Temple Mount terror attack, after Spain's World Cup qualifier match against Israel

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Sergio Ramos, pictured holding Ramos and with the brother of murdered police officer Haiel Sitawe
Sergio Ramos, pictured holding Ramos and with the brother of murdered police officer Haiel Sitawe

Spain and Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos paid a visit to the family of murdered terror victim Haiel Sitawe, 24 hours after Spain met Israel in a World Cup qualifying match in Jerusalem.

The Israeli Druze police officer, who was murdered in the attack last July, was also an avid Real Madrid fan and named his son, who was born two weeks before the shooting, Ramos.

Following Monday night’s match which Spain won 1-0 Ramos visited the family and posed for pictures, including of him holding Ramos.

The family also presented the footballer with pictures of Sitawe, accompanied by a message in Spanish which read: “Dear Ramos, thank you for fulfilling the dream of our beloved Haiel. We appreciate it a lot.”

אחי היקר אני רוצה לספר לך שהחלום שלך התגשם ,בנך ראמוס המדהים נפגש עם השחקן האגדי סרחיו ראמוס , עשינו את זה בשבילך אחי ,…

Posted by Hosam Sitawe on Tuesday, 10 October 2017

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