Iranian Jews missing since 1990's were murdered, Mossad confirms

By LEV SELMON
March 20, 2014 19:47

 
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The Mossad brought an end to the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Iranian Jews who went missing in the 1990's, the Prime Minister's Office announced on Thursday.

Eight out of the eleven families received confirmation that their loved ones were murdered while attempting to immigrate to Israel, bringing closure to the decades-long search for answers.

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