Friday, February 8, 2019

Ori Ansbacher Frum 19 Year Old Girl Found Brutally Murdered in Yerushalyim

The lifeless body of Ori Ansbacher, a 19-year-old woman was found Thursday evening in a forest in Ein Yael, near the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem.

Ansbacher, whose family lives in Tekoa, had been residing in Jerusalem in an apartment she rented with several friends. She was serving in a civilian national service program in place of military service.
Police released a statement saying that a search had been launched for a missing girl for several hours. She had been declared missing at 11:00 a.m. that morning

During their search, they located her lifeless body. 
 Her remains were found stripped naked, with signs of extreme violence, with multiple wounds in the neck and chest area.
She was pronounced dead at the scene.

 All avenues of investigation are currently being considered. A gag-order has been placed on the investigation, indicating that the motive for this brutal murder was nationalistic (terrorism).
It was also reported that 4 Arabs were taken into custody on Thursday night, although police have yet to confirm that.
Magen David Adom paramedic Safi Mizrachi said: “When we arrived, they led us to an open area where we saw a young woman of about 19 years, unconscious, without a pulse and not breathing. We performed medical tests. She was without signs of life, and unfortunately we can only determine her death.”

Despite the initial arrest of several Palestinian Arab suspects, authorities now say the investigation is exploring all possibilities, and have not ruled out either terrorism or criminal motives.

The victim’s parents mourned the death of their daughter, calling her a “sensitive soul” with an enormous capacity for giving.

“She was a holy soul who sought meaning, a sensitive soul towards every person and creature, and with an endless desire to help make the world a better place.”

A teacher who taught the victim in high school also eulogized her, Yediot Ahronot reported.
“She was a smart girl, honest, with an original, creative, and open-minded way of looking at things. She was very much loved by those around her, and she was very sensitive to others.”

Ansbacher will be laid to rest at 1:30 p.m. Friday afternoon at the Tekoa cemetery.


Anonymous said...

"indicating that the motive for this brutal murder was nationalistic (terrorism)"
So she killed על מזבח הציונות not על קידוש השם and where did it happen? In your farkakta madina according to you it's supposedly the safest place for Jews, when will you idiots wake up? הי"ד

Dusiznies said...

Normally.... I delete comments from you.... and I believe that someone should chop you up in small pieces and pour you back into your cursed mother's womb ....

But because there are unfortunately many "people" who are Me'zerah Ameileik that think like you .... I'll take the time to answer... maybe I'll reach someone who will see things differently

Your words are the exact same words of the Meraglim that the Chazal say אין להם חלק בעולם הבא
The Meraglim in Parshas Shelach said ...
עמלק יושב בארץ הנגב, והחתי והיבוסי והאמרי יושב בהר, והקנעני יושב על הים ועל יד הירדן
In order to frighten the Jews so that they would be afraid to make Aliyah, these רשעים ימ''ש, said the exact words of 2:26 .....

And the Holy Baal Shem Tov had a special "name" for guys like you in Chultz Le'aaretz who bad mouth Israel...
For those learning the daf yoimie, we recently learned on daf סג:
אמר ר' אבהו
ראה זו איה, ולמה נקרא שמה ראה, שרואה ביותר,
עומדת בבבל וראה נבלתו בארץ ישראל
The Talmud in the just quoted gemmarah discusses the kashrut of a bird and the Talmud states that the Bird "Ayah" is the same bird called" Ra'ah"
The Talmud asks... why is it called "Ra'ah?" ..... The Talmud answers that "Ra'ah" means sight....
this bird "aYah" had such a great eyesight that even if it was stationed in Persia, it could see a dead carcass that was stationed all the way in Eretz Yisrael.

Asks the Holy Baal Shem...
if it Hashem created this bird with such a great characteristic that it could see for thousands of miles why was it an un-kosher bird?
Answers the Baal Shem .... someone that sits in Chutz Le'aaretz comfortably and sees faults in Eretz Yisroel cannot be kosher!

And finally 2:26 ....
Remind me ... how many Jews were murdered in Pittsburg??