TAU Mourns Students Murdered in Terror Attack
Eytam Magini studied neuroscience, computer science and psychology, while Tomer Morad studied engineering
Tel Aviv University expresses sorrow and outrage as we mourn two of our students, Eytam Magini and Tomer Morad, who were murdered in last night’s terror attack in Tel Aviv.
The TAU community sends its condolences to the grieving families and shares in the sorrow of Tomer and Eytam's faculty and classmates who have lost beloved students and friends.
This is a difficult time, a testing time, for all of us in the TAU community and across the country. Together, we will stand up to the wave of terrorism and maintain our resilience and cohesion as a community and as a society, upholding openness, mutual respect and personal security for all our members.
TAU Rector Prof. Mark Shtaif: "We at TAU bow our heads at this moment and share in the grief of the Magini and Morad families. We lost two of our dear students yesterday and our pain runs deep. We will work together to move forward in the wake of this horrific tragedy, with hope for better days."
Chairwoman of TAU's Student Union, Lior Hazan: "This is a difficult day for us, the students at Tel Aviv University. We mourn the deaths of Tomer and Eytam, two of our classmates. Our hearts go out to the families of the murdered. The Student Union is available to anyone who needs help following the situation. May they rest in peace".
TAU has made its psychological services available to students and lecturers over the weekend.
The joint notice was issued by the University administration and TAU's Student Union.