Kidnapped Israeli used to work for Natan Sharansky

The Israeli abducted in Iraq, Elizabeth Tsurkov, previously worked as Natan Sharansky's assistant. According to reports, she entered Iraq using her Russian passport, and was apparently kidnapped in early March while in the Kurdish area of ​​Baghdad. Sharansky told Ynet that he is concerned for her safety. "I have been following her fate with great concern for several months now." According to former government minister and Nobel laureate: "This is an excellent woman who grew up in Israel. She immigrated to Israel from St. Petersburg with her parents when she was five years old. She did research on women's rights in the Middle East on behalf of Princeton University." (Itamar Eichner)
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