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Topic - Rami Elhanan
"Those 1.5 million people in Gaza are victims exactly as I am," MR. Elhanan, 60, said in an interview.
Irene passenger Rami Elhanan, an Israeli whose daughter Smadar was killed in a suicide bombing at a shopping mall in Jerusalem in 1997, said it was his "moral duty" to act in support of Palestinians in Gaza because reconciliation was the surest path to peace.