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Topic - Rachel Alon-Margalit
On a warm summer night nearly four decades ago, Israeli military attache Joseph Alon was shot five times in the driveway of his Chevy Chase, Md., home, one of the bullets piercing his heart. For his family, the hole remains.
On a summer night nearly four decades ago, Israeli military attache Joseph Alon was shot five times in the driveway of his Chevy Chase home, and one of the bullets pierced his heart. For his family, the hole remains.
"Israel is my only home, and I don't want to throw mud in anybody's face," Ms. Alon-Margalit said. "I just want things to be better in the next generation. The hiding policy, the covering, it was maybe essential in the early years of establishing the state. But it can't continue. We are certain that there are people who know what happened."
"Our gut feeling goes toward the theory that it is an American doing it, with Israelis knowing about it and being silent," Ms. Alon-Margalit said.