Irit Rahamim was asked by quite a few people to respond to reports that Mazen al-Qadi, who drove the terrorist who murdered three people at the Sea Food Market restaurant in Tel Aviv, had intimate relations with five female guards inside Ramon Prison, where he is serving a life sentence. On Monday, Rahamim, who celebrated a bachelorette party two decades ago at the restaurant in question and was present at the time of the murderous attack, posted a poignant and painful story in which she spoke about the difficulty of coping with the emotional overflow following the recent publications.
Irit Rachamim dancing in a club in Cyprus (archive)
"So everyone asks me about the affair that exploded with the terrorist from the Sea Food Market," Rachamim wrote. "In the last few hours, the pictures from that evening have been running through me. Then, in 2002, on the eve of my bachelorette party, to be in a terrorist attack and watch my life go by before my eyes. To see a terrorist shoot people and feel the panic. Since then I have known that the terrorist is in prison, and to read today that he had intimate relations with female guards.
"Without a doubt, my stomach has been turning since morning," she shared of her difficult feelings. "It's not in a place of judging, just feeling. To feel first and foremost that my heart is with the families of the victims. I'm waiting like everyone else to hear about the development of the investigation, but it's totally shaking to go back to that evening," she concluded.
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