Police investigating the homicide of the widow of a Christian leader in Jaffa arrested two suspects in a single day and on Friday morning.
Fadia Kadis (52) was found in her Jaffa home on Thursday night, apparently stabbed to demise a few hours earlier.
Investigators imagine that at the very least one of the 18-year-old suspects was identified to Kadis as there have been no indicators of a break-in on the upscale home.
Friends of the sufferer instructed Israeli media that they don’t assume that Kadis’ demise is linked to any of the current murders in Jaffa.
A gag order prevents the publication of any additional figuring out particulars of the suspects.
In December 2012, Kadis’ husband Gaby, chairman of the Christian Orthodox Association in Jaffa, was killed by a murderer dressed as Santa Claus throughout a Christmas parade.
Doris Hifawi, a good friend of the household, instructed the Walla information website that after her husband’s homicide, Fadia needed to “break away from the world” and spend time together with her household: “She was a happy grandmother and wanted nothing more,” defined Hifawi.