Yigal Amir's son to be born in Jerusalem

October 21, 2007 16:19


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Larissa Trimbobler, the wife of Yitzhak Rabin's assassin Yigal Amir, is scheduled to give birth in the coming weeks at central Jerusalem hospital Bikur Holim, The Jerusalem Post has learned. Trimbobler, who married the imprisoned killer in 2004 after divorcing her first husband, confirmed to the Post Sunday that she planned to give birth at the hospital. When exactly that would be, she said it was impossible to predict. A report in Hebrew daily Yediot Aharonot last week claimed that Trimbobler, who underwent in-vitro fertilization to get pregnant, was planning to ask the hospital to induce her on Wednesday (12th Heshvan), so that she could give birth on the 12th anniversary of Rabin's assassination.

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