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Addisi was murdered in Kiryat Ata: "She was a good girl", the neighbors claim: "Every day he would beat her" - voila! news


Hours have passed since Addisi Albana was murdered, and her neighbors claim that the writing was on the wall - and express surprise that the welfare authorities were not involved in the case at all. "We would call the police, they would come - and nothing." They told about the murder: "The spouse left the apartment calmly, with his hands in his pockets"

Suspected murder: a 29-year-old woman was found dead in Kiryat Ata, March 24, 2023 (MDA spokeswoman)

A few hours have passed since Addisi Albana, a 29-year-old resident of Kiryat Ata, was murdered, and her grieving neighbors claim that the writing was on the wall.

According to them, her partner tended to beat her often, and they even expressed surprise that the welfare authorities were not involved in the case.

They told of a positive and good-hearted young woman, whose suffering they were aware of.

"He was stoned, drinking, beating her every day," said one of the neighbors.

"She was a very good girl," added the neighbor Hani Abu Aziza, "but he would bring crates of drinks home. Yesterday he went and bought whiskey. He would beat her every day. Every day he would beat her. Every day from six o'clock there would be shouting. We called the police, they would come, I would show them where, they would knock on the door and nothing. I would suggest that she call the police. She would look out the window like that and tell me 'later, later'."

About the murder, Abu Aziza said: "At eight o'clock there were shouts, and more and more shouts, and a woman's crying. So he turned up the volume of the Ethiopian music that was there. I was surprised. One of the neighbors called the police. In the past, he would invite me over, but I don't drink."

Before escaping, her partner managed to inform the neighbors about her death, telling them: "We don't need an ambulance anymore."

"He would beat her every day. Every day he would beat her."

The late Adisi Albana (photo: documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)

"She was in a pool of blood, with her face on the floor, without a shirt, and her whole back was full of stab wounds. We speculate that he might have tried to rape her, but we can't tell," said Yohai Suisa, another neighbor, "It seems that he was on a rampage and just stabbed, stabbed and a stabber. I live on the second floor above, I listened to music, I heard loud screams. Horrible. Screams of breakdown. Screams of the end. Screams that I felt were unusual. We felt the whole house shaking. Some kind of protracted struggle. I'm sure there was a hard scene but we didn't imagine how much , and we couldn't tell because everything was locked from the inside. He locked it and went outside. I heard the screams and went down the stairs but I had nothing to do when everything was locked."

"Suddenly there was silence," he continued, "ambulance teams arrived looking for who called them. We went downstairs. They knocked on the door but no one opened. So they went downstairs and waited in the ambulance. And it's good they did. I told them I heard a very loud noise. It sounded Like a murder scene and a long struggle inside the apartment with things thrown there. While we were waiting downstairs, the killer came out, but so that he wouldn't be stepped on and caught, he went out calmly, left as an actor, as if everything was fine in the apartment. With his hands in his pockets, he left. Then when I asked him why He didn't open the door for us when we came with the ambulance team, he replied 'why do we need an ambulance, we don't need any more ambulances', walked away on foot and disappeared into the darkness."

Suisa also said that "They've been living here for almost a year. I only knew him in the section of 'Shalom-Shalom', a very distant neighborhood. She was a girl who just wanted to live. Who didn't want to be another one of our country's statistics who are murdered for no injustice in the countryside."

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"He left calmly, left as an actor, as if everything was fine in the apartment. With his hands in his pockets, and left."

The scene of the murder in Kiryat Ata (Photo: MDA)

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Adisi Albana, 29 years old, immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia about a year ago.

Her child, a 13-year-old boy, remained living in Ethiopia and she, in recent weeks, tried to bring him to Israel.

As far as is known, she had no relatives in Israel.

Her 39-year-old partner, in whose apartment she lived, "invited" her to Israel, but did not marry her.

She worked in ironing and quality control at the Uniders factory for the production of work clothes in Kiryat Haim.

Her manager said that she was diligent, persisted in coming to work and that she never complained about relationship problems.

She had been absent from work since Wednesday, she said due to illness.

The police said that they did not know of any problems in the marital relationship, although according to them - the man was known to the police due to violent offenses in a previous relationship he had.

For their part, the neighbors told the police forces that arrived at the scene that a police car was called several times during the time they were a couple, and only two weeks ago, after she broke her cell phone in her anger and the police were called, he put the blame on her and claimed that she attacked him.

On Saturday night, the police will bring the suspect before the Haifa Magistrate's Court and ask for his detention to be extended.

The commander of Merhav Asher, Sub-Commander Shaul Tzemach, arrived at the scene of the murder.

Referring to the question of Walla!, Tzemach clarified that in this relationship there were no complaints against the partner.

The police did not recognize any previous complaints from Albana, but only from the previous partner of the murder suspect (Photo: Yoav Ityel)

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Albana was found dead in her apartment with stab marks on her body.

Firefighters who were called to the scene broke down the door of the apartment, and the NTN MDA team performed CPR on her, eventually determining her death.

Albana is the eighth woman murdered since the beginning of 2023. After an hour of police searches for her partner, the suspect turned himself in.

About a week ago, Daria Leitel, a 31-year-old resident of Haifa and mother of three daughters, was found unconscious and without signs of life in her home.

The MDA team that arrived at the scene pronounced her dead on the spot. The police arrested Lytle's husband, 35-year-old Josiah Lytle, on suspicion of murder. The initial investigation shows that her three children were at home at the time of the incident. In addition, the woman had previously complained of violence by Ben a couple

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