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Lucy Aharish: "My parents' house in Dimona was marked as Arab. They left the house for fear of being harmed" - Walla! culture

2021-05-16T13:25:25.945Z

The journalist and presenter claims that her parents' house in Dimona, where they have lived for more than 46 years, was "marked as an Arab's house" by Jews and as a result they decided to stay outside the house.



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Lucy Aharish: "My parents' house in Dimona was marked as Arab. They left the house for fear of being harmed."

The journalist and presenter claims that her parents' house in Dimona, where they have lived for more than 46 years, was "marked as an Arab's house" by Jews and as a result they decided to stay outside the house.

"My mother said she heard strange noises at night but did not dare to look. Let someone wake me from this nightmare"

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Saturday, 15 May 2021, 21:14 Updated: 21:32

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Marking Aharish's parents' house (Photo: screenshot, Instagram Lucy Aharish)

Journalist and presenter Lucy Aharish claims that her parents' house in Dimona, where they have lived for more than 46 years, was "marked as an Arab's house" by Jews and as a result they decided to stay out of the house. "I do not believe we got into this situation. Their neighbors in the building immediately came to offer help and promised to be on guard. My sisters and I asked them to leave the house immediately until the rage passed (...) but look where we got."



In a post she posted on Instagram, Aharish wrote that in recent days she has seen posts in Arabic in which it is written that Arab Sabbaths and mixed evenings are marked. "I looked and said to myself it could not be real. When I got up today I called my parents in Dimona and asked my mother to check the lintels of the house, if there are any suspicious signs. My mother sent me this picture (shown above - WT) from our house in Dimona and the house of My sister lived near the building,While she says she heard strange noises in the door last night but did not dare look or open the door.

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The darkest before dawn.

Aharish (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

MK Meir Cohen showed up at their house together with Mayor Bnei Bitton and a policeman from the Dimona police.

My sisters and I asked them to leave the house immediately until the rage passed.

My parents are fine.

They are strong, we are strong, but look where we have come.

I grew up and was educated in Dimona all my life, where I accepted with good neighbors and good people the values ​​of human love, compassion, mutual guarantee and love of country, and today my parents for the first time in 46 years do not sleep in their home for fear of harming them.

That someone the hell would wake me up from this nightmare.

It is darkest before dawn but the feeling is that the darkness refuses to fade and the dawn does not rise.

Leather skins Beloved homeland, leather skins.



"Do you really think I care if it's Arabs or Jews? Do you really think I get a mark of anyone's houses, no matter if it's Arab or Jewish. And if Arabs marked my parents' house do you think I would not publish ?? What "Will we become ourselves? What happens to us that we are unable to see anything beyond the position or place or religion and nationality to which we belong?"

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