THIS GRAFFITI on a wall in Iran reads: ‘He who does not give charity dies as a Jew’. (photo credit:Courtesy)
Israel’s intelligence agency, the Mossad, has discovered that Iran murdered three Iranian Jews who disappeared in 1997 as they attempted to flee to Israel via Pakistan.
The three, Nourollah Rabizadeh and brothers Cyrus and Avraham Ghahremani, fled Tehran in February 1997. They were supposed to meet up with a smuggler on the Pakistani border, but disappeared along the way, according to a report in Ynet on Monday.
Newly discovered information led the intelligence agency to conclude that they were captured while escaping and murdered. Their families, which had escaped to Israel via Turkey, were recently informed of the agency’s conclusion.
On the basis of the information, a rabbinical court in Jerusalem has ruled that…