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Palestinian Arabs from the West Bank and members of the leftist anti-racism NGO Tag Meir visited the Tekoa home of slain terror victim Ori Ansbacher to comfort her family on Tuesday morning.
MK Mossi Raz (Meretz) expressed his sorrow after his visit with the Ansbacher family, saying, “There are no words to express the condemnation, anger and sorrow. I’ll do anything to ensure that she is the last victim. I’m happy that Palestinians joined me on the visit.”
Ansbacher, 19, was found dead in Ein Yael in Jerusalem on Thursday, a victim of a particularly brutal nationalistic attack, which shocked the nation.
Arafat Irfaiya, from Hebron, was remanded in the Jerusalem Magistrate’s court on charges of murdering and raping Ansbacher, whose nude body was found with multiple stab wounds in the forest by Ein Yael on Thursday.
Anna Ahronheim contributed to this report.
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