Shira Moss

“I already came to terms with the fact that I was going to die. It was clear to me. I didn’t cry or shout. I said goodbye to everyone.”

Shira Moss, 19 years old from Petach Tikva, ran away from the Nova festival and hid under a tree for seven hours when she suddenly saw “an Arab approaching and looking at me – and me at him. And I knew all I could do was lay down and close my eyes.”

Interview: Lihu Talmore
Photography: Gadi Mizrahi and Tomer Stiller
Editing: Inbar Buchnik