Murder victim Moshe Nahari pictured with his family
Moshe Nahari's parents delayed their arrival in Israel in order to see that justice was done for their son Moshe, murdered in 2008. They are bound to be disappointed. The killer has not yet been sentenced, although he is back behind bars after a jail break. In a display of double standards towards Jews, the court has tried to fob the Naharis with blood money: if they had been Muslims, the death penalty would have been prescribed.
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- The parents of a Hebrew teacher who was killed in an anti-Semitic attack in Yemen immigrated to Israel.
Yisrael (Yaish) and Terneja Nahari, the parents of Moshe Nahari, made
aliyah on Monday. The couple, in their 70s, were reunited in Israel
with their four children and 20 grandchildren, including the nine
children of Moshe Nahari, the son who was fatally shot in 2008 by an
Five of Moshe Nahari's children made aliyah immediately following
the murder. His wife, Louza, and the remaining four children came to
Israel last August.
Moshe Nahari, a ritual slaughterer and Hebrew teacher in the town of
Raydah in northwestern Yemen, was killed in December 2008 by an Islamist
extremist who reportedly had demanded that he convert to Islam. Nahari,
35, was buried in Yemen.
Nahari’s parents remained in Raydah to campaign for his murderer to
be brought to justice. The murderer was caught and found guilty in a
Yemen court but has not been sentenced.
The aftermath of the murder saw a wave of aliyah to Israel, with 113
Jews immigrating there since 2009, according to the Jewish Agency, which
assisted in the move.
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