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(photo credit: Alon Hakmon / Israel Post)
Roni and Natalie Aloni, the two girls aged four and six who were
strangled to death Wednesday in their home in Ra'anana, were buried on Thursday at Kfar Nahman cemetery.
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throws children out of window, attempts suicide The mother will go to see a district psychiatrist in an attempt to determine if she needs to be hospitalized.
Michal Aloni, the mother of the girls, has allegedly confessed to killing her daughters. Earlier on Thursday, Kfar Saba Magistrates Court extended her remand by eight days.
Earlier on Thursday Aloni returned to the scene of the
crime with police to reconstruct the events that took place in her
Aloni stepped out of the police car and covered her face with the jacket that she was wearing.
Neighbors gathered in the street and cursed the mother as she walked, calling her a "murderer" and "wicked."
Michal Aloni allegedly choked her two young daughters to death, police said, in an alleged double homicide that left
Amos Aloni, 55, husband of the murder suspect
and father of the slain girls, became concerned when he attempted to
call his wife, Michal, and received no reply.
contacted Magen David Adom paramedics, who arrived at the address on
Rehov Hama’alot and discovered the lifeless bodies of the two sisters,
Roni, four, and Natalie, six.
The paramedics immediately contacted the police.
took their lives,” Michal told officers who arrived on the scene. She
was immediately arrested, together with her 46-year-old brother, who is
suspected of being in the home during the time of the murders.
“Michal Aloni is the main suspect,” a Sharon Police spokesman told the Post. “We are attempting to ascertain the brother’s role in this.”
Aloni had worked periodically as a kindergarten assistant and in elder
care, but she had not worked recently due to back problems. Amos Aloni
worked as a kindergarten security guard for the Ra’anana Municipality.
He has four children from a previous marriage.JPost.com staff contributed to this report.