The violence in the Arab society: the brutal murder of Manar and Hadra in Lod, which happened on Monday evening, continues to cause an uproar. Miriam Al-Hori, Manar’s mother and Hadera’s grandmother, spoke this morning (Wednesday) with Golan Yokhpaz and Anat Davidov about the disaster – and Miriam, her granddaughter who miraculously survived. “At the time of the murder, I was sleeping, and my older daughter called and woke me up. She told me, ‘Get up, come,’ I replied that I was sleeping – and then she told me that Manar was killed,” she told 103FM, “By the time I arrived, they had time to take her to the hospital, where I was informed that she passed away. I ran home, and they offered me to come and see them, but I refused because I’m afraid.”
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Arab society is discouraged: “Our sector had four representatives in the government, and how did that change anything?”
The presenters asked – who tried to hurt them, and the Hori replied: “I don’t know, the whole city loved Manar, we didn’t do anything to anyone.” Later in the conversation, she said that she had time to meet Miriam, who was also injured in the serious incident. “Now she’s fine,” she explained, “I said I wanted to take her to my home – then they told me there was information that they wanted to murder her too, but they don’t know who. She is being protected now.”
“Ask the police why someone would want to hurt Miriam,” said Ori, and the presenters responded by mentioning that the girls’ father is now in Morocco. “I didn’t talk to him after the murder, I assume his parents informed him,” she added, “Miriam told me she wanted to come to me, and said that during the incident she fell – so she didn’t see anything.”
The presenters asked if Miriam had heard about the death of her mother and twin sister, and her grandmother stated: Yes, I spoke to her and told her, ‘Don’t cry, may God have mercy.'” Later, she told about her late daughter: “Manar was a good, good woman. An educator, prays, goes to work, always at home with us.”
What do you think about the violence?
“I’m shocked, why did all this happen? For whom? Why? I don’t know
You want the granddaughter to come to you
“Miriam? I want her.”
Assisted in the preparation of the article: Shani Romano 103fm
Source: Maariv.co.il – חדשות מהארץ והעולם by www.maariv.co.il.
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