Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Jewish woman brutally murdered in Iran

  Mosque in central Isfahan

Unconfirmed news of the brutal murder of a Jewish woman in Isfahan and the dismemberment of her body  has reached The Times of Israel:

A 57-year-old Jewish woman was brutally stabbed to death on Monday by Muslim attackers in the Iranian city of Isfahan, in what her family says was a religiously motivated crime related to a property dispute, Menashe Amir, an expert on Iranian Jewry who spoke with the victim’s family, has told The Times of Israel.

Tuba N., whose family requested not to reveal her last name, was murdered by her Muslim neighbors, who had harassed her family for years in an attempt to drive them from their home and confiscate the property for the adjoining mosque.

“The religious radicals even expropriated part of the house and attached it to the mosque’s courtyard,” Amir said. “The Jewish family appealed to the courts with the help of a local attorney” to seek redress for the conflict, “despite the threats to their lives.”

On Monday, while her husband was in Tehran attending to business matters, “thugs broke into her home, tied up her two sisters who were living with her, and repeatedly stabbed her to death.” Afterward, her attackers allegedly butchered her body and cut off her hands, a sister who witnessed the event told her relatives in the US, who conveyed the information to Amir.

Iranian authorities were said to have not returned the woman’s dismembered body to her family and have tried to cover up the case.

The Times of Israel could not independently verify the report.

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Empress Trudy said...

There is nothing to be done. We begged them to leave Iran, all of them. They refused. And so the last farhud begins.

Anonymous said...

For God's sake, why don't the Jews leave these countries? They are only asking for such crimes.
It is very sad.
We hang on to walls and chairs and not our lives in danger.
sultana vidal

Anonymous said...

Muslim Iranians have a hard time exiting Iran because the regime's laws constrain any would-be immigrant's ability to take funds out of the country. For a Jew to leave is no doubt harder still, as the regime counts on the continued existence of a Jewish community to support its propaganda war against Israel.

Anonymous said...

I was about to send one great big insult (in Arabic) but we don"t want to go down to their level
I remember a story "not without my daughter"
Mother and daughter escaped from Iran during their revolution.But it all depends on the age.
One day we shall have the glorious news of Ahmadikhara's death. For me it will be a joyful day exactly as when NAsser died of his heart attack.
sultana latifa