Labor PartyLabor Party Knesset member Moshe (Mussa) Harif, his wife, Moriah, and their son, Hagai, were killed yesterday in western Galilee when their car collided with another at a crossroad. Two people in the other car were injured. Funeral service will be held tomorrow for Harif, who was 48, his wife, who was also 48, and their son, a member of the Air Force, who was 22.

Harif, a member of Kibbutz Tzora near Jerusalem had been a leader of the United Kibbutz Movement and was regarded as one of the rising stars of the Labor Party and the kibbutz movement. Labor Party chairman Shimon Peres said his death was a great loss to the movement, as he would be hard to replace.