They also kidnapped a girl from my grandmother when she was at the Ein Shemer (immigrant) camp... The child was sick and was taken to Rambam (hospital) and then they told my grandmother that she had died. This was a year after the immigrated to Israel in ’49 so they didn’t have the language or transportation, and thus they resigned to the situation of being in a new country, their girl disappeared, and not knowing who’s against who. Unfortunately my mother z’’l had an authentic testimony, but I didn’t record her or write anything down, so that I don’t have the details. Anyway, I’m very happy about this awakening and wish that justice will be done and that the state will recognize its own wrongdoing.
Tehila Tzairi Shmilovitz