A Chinese national was arrested on Wednesday night at Ben-Gurion Airport while trying to leave the country in connection with the May slaying of Sharon resident Ezra Siri, who was stabbed to death outside of his home in Moshav Geulim. According to the testimony of Siri's wife, Ezra had cried out the words, "Chinese, Chinese," before succumbing to his wounds. The murder suspect, 37, was brought before a Ramle District Court on Thursday morning, where his custody was extended until July 23. "The murder victim had a quarrel with a Chinese national," a police spokesman said. He dismissed earlier reports that the murder was connected to Siri's neighbor, who had become the target of an organized crime family. "The neighbor has nothing to do with this. A victim of mistaken identity may be shot accidentally but not stabbed repeatedly by accident. The suspect and the murder victim may have quarreled about money - we are still investigating," the spokesman said. Siri is survived by his wife, five children, and a grandchild.