Haya-Mushka and Aharon Natan Morli, together with their seven small children, mourn in their modest home - measuring 50 square meters - the death of their eldest son, the late 14-year-old Asher Zal, who was among the seven murdered in the attack in Neve Ya'akov last Friday.
Following yesterday's announcement about the difficult financial situation the family is in, which led to the fact that the electricity supply to their home was cut off for half an hour during Shava, after the meter they use to pay ran out - today it turns out that the family is in advanced eviction procedures from the house where they live and raise their children, which is owned by the Jerusalem Municipality.
The family is worried: "We don't know what will happen tomorrow. The situation at home is not good."
The friends of the parents and the children's teachers plead that this is a matter of mental supervision, and that there is an obligation to help the family and prevent it from being thrown onto the street in such a difficult and dismal situation.
The late Asher Natan Marli, the 14-year-old boy who was murdered in the attack in Neve Ya'akov (photo: Walla! system, no credit)
"Asher left the house at ten minutes past eight, three minutes later we already heard the shots"
"He had a meeting with the Holy One, blessed be He, he was a hero and a giant," said the father.
The parents, Chaya-Mushka and Aharon, raise their children in a modest house with three rooms in Neve Ya'akov.
Asher was the eldest of eight, followed by Rina (13), Michael (11), Nava (10), Asenat (7), Avraham (5) and the twins Hana-Miriam and Sarah (one and a half years).
"Asher left the house at ten minutes past eight, three minutes later we already heard the shots," repeated the mother.
The Jerusalem Municipality stated
: "The municipal welfare agencies accompany the family in their difficult time and assist them as much as is required. Once the mourning is over, the municipality will make every effort to resolve the issue together with the relevant government ministries."