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The Jihad of hunting Jewish girls

Reader comment on item: "Godless Saracens Threatening Destruction":
in response to reader comment: Sapir Nahum is missing and her ex an Islamist bigot is suspect

Submitted by Magdalena O (United States), Jun 12, 2022 at 15:44

June 12, 2022

M. Shlomo Tweeted:

60 years ago, my aunt, a mother of 2 soft children, disappeared and has not been seen since. Her partner was an Arab from Acre. Sapir Nahum's story bothers me greatly. Absolute stupidity or very poor life experience of young women who do not know the culture, do not understand history and may be tempted because of a difficult life story. And by-the-way, for them it is also a form of jihad.

Her son, my cousin, today has 7 children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His mother is gone and no end of thread. She was murdered for sure by her partner but at the time there was no sophisticated police with means and the story faded away. My late grandmother, on her deathbed, asked "Where is Nurit?".



The above tweet came about, as all are waiting for the body near the Arab village Ibtin found on June 12, 2022, to he identified, possibly of Sapir Nahum
- her ax, an Islamic bigot.


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