Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Another Jewish woman rescued from Arab husband



The woman's emotional reunion with her Israeli family, whom she had not seen for 25 years, was featured on Israeli TV news. She was accompanied by two of her six children, who said that they were happy to be in Israel. (with thanks: Qumran Qumran)

Jewish women may begin by willingly joining their Arab partners, but a few turn into virtual prisoners. Here's the latest case: a dramatic rescue takes a Jewish woman and her two young children out of the clutches of a brutal Palestinian Authority Arab husband with whom she lived for 28 years. Arutz Sheva reports:

The anti-missionary Yad L'Achim organization, which also works on behalf of Jewish women trapped in relationships with Arabs, revealed the extraordinary story, after “Dinah, the daughter of Leah,” was safely back among Jews.

Dinah was born in the mixed Arab-Jewish city of Lod 48 years ago but became estranged from her family during an emotional crisis, which led her to a relationship with an Arab man.

Since then, she was declared as missing, and her family did not know whether she was dead or alive. At one point, Israeli authorities mistakenly thought they had identified her in a morgue.

She lived with her husband in a Palestinian Authority Arab village in the area of Tulkarm, east of Netanya. She said her husband traumatized her and once tied her to a tree for 13 hours, without food or water The husband said he wanted “everyone to see what will happen to you" if she were to leave the house without permission.

Three weeks ago, ties were suddenly re-established with her family, which finally had a sign that Dinah was still alive. They contacted Yad L’Achim officials, who were given her telephone number and other personal information that enabled them to go into action to rescue her.

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Yad le'Achim article (with thanks: Qumran Qumran)


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