The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

The family of the murdered woman in Araba asked for protection from the police: "The suspect wants revenge" - Walla! news

2020-11-22T02:25:35.626Z

Her family and Fa'a Abahara called on the police to provide them with protection following rumors that her divorcee, the suspect who stabbed her to death and fled, could harm them. They stated that the police claimed that it was not necessary, and therefore asked for pressure to be fulfilled in order to fulfill their request.



  • news

  • News in Israel

  • Events in Israel

The family of the murdered woman in Araba asked for protection from the police: "The suspect wants revenge"

Her family and Fa'a Abahara called on the police to provide them with protection following rumors that her divorcee, the suspect who stabbed her to death and fled, could harm them.

They stated that the police claimed that it was not necessary, and therefore asked for pressure to be fulfilled in order to fulfill their request.

Tags

  • Araba

  • Violence against women

  • murder

Yoav Itiel

Friday, November 20, 2020, 9:30 p.m.

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

0 comments

  • Two workers were killed in an explosion at a metal factory in Ashdod;

    worker...

  • Winter weather: rains in the north of the country and flooding in Dali ...

  • Netanyahu supporters demonstrate in front of the Farkash family home ...

  • Winter has arrived: rains all over the country, floods in Ashkelon ...

  • A resident of the Krayot went kayaking on Achziv Beach - and crossed the ...

  • A bottle of paint and stones were thrown at MKs and the head of the council ...

  • Demonstrators for the liberation of the Assyrian mocked near the monument in memory ...

  • The 61-year-old perished in a fire that broke out in his apartment in Haifa after an explosion ...

  • Eitan Steve, a former fighter pilot, will be the astronaut ...

  • Clashes between police and protesters against Netanyahu on the way ...

  • The convoy of the Rebbe from Belza has been documented driving wildly and performing ...

  • The 21st week in a row: Demonstrations against Netanyahu and corruption ...

In the video: A man in Araba murdered his wife and fled the scene (Photo: MDA)

The family of Wafa Abahara, who was murdered earlier this week in Araba, this evening (Friday) called on the police to provide protection to her relatives for fear of retaliation from her divorcee, who is suspected of the act.

"For several days now, rumors have been circulating in the community that the despicable killer will not give up until he completes the murder and revenge campaign on her brother and mother," the family said.

The suspect, Rabia Kanaana, fled after the murder and has not yet been located.



"Whether the rumors are true or not, the despicable killer is still roaming free, and search efforts in the locality have stopped and no police vehicles are seen," the family members noted.

"We contacted the police and were told that 'there is no need' while they refuse to update us on the search results. We call in every language of request to anyone who can help, press the police to place a mobile near the house until the killer is apprehended, before another disaster occurs."



According to the family, after the call was published, a mobile arrived in their area of ​​residence.

"The noise probably did its thing," said one of the murdered relatives.

More on Walla!

NEWS

The Israelis who eat every day at the chef's restaurant at their home

In collaboration with Beit Balev

To the full article

Her family members sought protection after the murder.

And Faa Abahra

During the evening, MK Aida Toma Suleiman (joint list) addressed the matter to Homeland Security Minister Amir Ohana and the head of the crime department at the police to provide protection for the family members. “This is the elementary reaction in the situation that exists especially after such a heinous murder case with a threatening violent killer who is still roaming free.

"Why do I, as a MK, have to intervene and reach out to the ministers in order for him to do something? The police do need someone to teach them their job."



The Minister for Social Equality, Meirav Cohen, from White Brush, who is in contact with the family and even came last night for a consolation visit to Araba, also came to the rescue and also turned to Minister Ohana this evening.

The abuse was known to the authorities

Since the murder that took place last Monday, police have not been able to locate the suspected Canaanite.

After stabbing her to death and fleeing, it turned out that the abuse at home lasted for years and was known to authorities.

Last month, he was arrested at the family home, on suspicion of threatening to harm her and his daughter, whom he also assaulted.

In the Magistrate's Court in Acre, where he was brought the day after he was arrested, the police mentioned that he was a criminal with convictions and two indictments for offenses of domestic violence.



At the same time, police arrested ten members of his family who interfered with locating Canaan and threw stones at a vehicle.

The detention of three, in the song Asala, 25, Diya Kanaana, 39, and Ala Kanaana, 30, was extended by four days in the Magistrate's Court in Acre, and the rest were released under restrictive conditions.

According to police, officers and unit SWAT team toured the city to find the killer, some people attacked the policemen, threatened and damaged property.



"There are documents of other factors indicative of his attitude toward violence against family members," said Judge William Hamad, adding that the duty of Kanaana "has a serious criminal history, mainly violent offenses, even from the recent period." Judge Saleh stepped up to do so, acquitted Adv. Assam Tannus, who represented him on behalf of the Public Defender's Office, and released him at a distance from the woman and the family home - "for a period of five days."

Escaped after the act and has not yet been located.

Fourth Canaanite

On the day of the case, Canaana and his ex-wife were in a family court hearing on the issue of visitation arrangements for their children.

They were married for 18 years until they divorced, and raised three daughters and two sons.

The 37-year-old woman left home last year with the girls, after deciding that she would no longer absorb the mask of humiliation and violence.

She fled to a home for battered women, but according to the prosecution he "finished saying in his heart to harm her, threaten her and harass her, and so he did."

An indictment was filed against him for threatening and violating a protection order for his wife, while she was already in the shelter.



And yet, the attitude of the authorities towards Canaan was forgiving.

Last year, the prosecution appealed the sentence of the vice president of the Magistrate's Court in Acre, Judge Ziad Saleh, who sent him home after serving only 15 days in prison - which coincided with his days of detention.

This, for offenses of threats in two cases.

In the first case, he demanded that his wife come with him to the car, and when she refused, he threatened: "I will tie you up in a jeep and take you out of necessity."

Standing her refusal, he attacked her with blows and blows.



In the second case, about five days after she left the house following an argument and returned to her parents' house, he implicitly threatened her.

"Do not force me to make a mistake because I will have a hard time with it and I will not control my behavior," he wrote to her.

"I do not account for a hundred life sentences let alone a year, two or three years in prison."

On appeal, the prosecution sought actual imprisonment and noted that Canaan had four previous convictions.

In 2015, he was released from prison running for extortion with threats and weapons offenses and violence.

The search for the suspect shortly after the incident.

Araba, this week (Photo: Police Spokeswoman)

In the verdict, Judge Zayed Saleh ruled that Canaan's actions "are not normal, but are not on the verge of serious family offenses." He also noted that "the remorse expressed by the respondent is sincere and both parties towards a consensual divorce." He further stated that "these are acts of assault on the hands, which did not result in injuries and that he was tried again, for WhatsApp messages he sent even when he was removed from it."



In October last year, Judge Jenny Tannus was sentenced by the Acre Magistrate's Court to six months and a day in prison, and a six-month suspended sentence. However, she added this imprisonment "overlapping", so that the total period of imprisonment he had to serve remained 6 months and one day less the days of detention. Moreover, it ruled that this period would also run partly in parallel with a prison sentence that ran at the same time, and imposed on him more suspended sentences - of eight months and three months, as well as a fine of 2,000 shekels.

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

0 comments

Source: walla

All news articles on 2020-11-22

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy