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Picture: Gantz pays condolence visit to Ansbacher family in Tekoa

Source: israelnationalnews.com   ( Cities, States & Countries > Middle East > Israel )

Feb 11, 2019 5:03 AM 1+ week ago

Picture: Gantz pays condolence visit to Ansbacher family in Tekoa Chairman of the Israel Resilience party Benny Gantz arrived for a condolence visit to the home of the Ansbacher family in Tekoa, whose daughter was murdered on Thursday by an Arab terrorist in Ein Yael, Jerusalem. "We are united an feel the pain of the terrible murder, and embrace the family of ori Ansbacher and the community of Tekoa as a whole," Gantz said. Last Briefs Arutz Sheva, All Rights ReservedRead more.

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