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The young woman found dead in Ein Yael in Jerusalem Thursday Thursday Ori Ansbacher from Tekoa in Gush Etzion, who was 19 years old, Maariv reported on Friday, as the check order was built.
Ansbacher was a volunteer at the Yeelim youth center at Ein Yael, located in the Emek Refaim forest, and worked there as part of its civil service. Death is being investigated as a potential problem.
Her funeral will be held on Friday in Tekoa.
Her parents, Rabbi Gai and Naama Ansbacher, said her daughter was "a holy soul who was seeking deep meaning and that they were all aware of everything and something alive. She had a long-term desire to & # 39; repairing the world in goodwill. "
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