Sela, from Beit Zayit, near Motza, was a social worker in Jerusalem, as was her husband, and met Malul through their work helping at-risk teens.
The hackathon winner was HearMe, an anonymous reporting platform which allows those in distress to contact local authorities with real-time recording and questioning.
The municipality's lobby was filled with outfits on full display hung from the ceiling, all of them original clothing items of those same women who were murdered.
As the investigation unfolded, it was revealed in the discussion that Malul had imprisoned previous partners and performed indecent acts on them.
32-year-old Michal Sela's killing is a perfect example of pundits and the public trying to make sense of it by adopting a socio-political stance before the ink of the printing presses are dry.
Don’t teach your daughter, young sister or female student that being a woman is being vulnerable.
Sela was murdered last Thursday night in her Motza home outside of Jerusalem, seemingly by her husband Eliran Malul, who then attempted to take his own life.