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She fled Australia to Israel after raping 74 girls The ethical issue that strained relations between Israel and Australia

She fled Australia to Israel after raping 74 girls

Egyptian News Vision // In 2008, the former headmaster of a Jewish girls' school in Melbourne, 54-year-old Malka Lever, fled from Australia to Israel in 2008, after sexually assaulting 74 girls.

At the time, she said she was suffering from panic attacks that prevented her from appearing in court. While the woman denies the accusations against her, the health experts who gave their medical opinion confirmed her psychological well-being.

Details of the case were revealed after the three sisters, Elie Saber, Dacey Erlich and Nicole Meyer, filed a lawsuit against Malka Lever, they gave up their right to remain anonymous, spoke to the media in Melbourne, and welcomed what they said was an "important moment" in Their judicial battle, which lasted six years.

The case has lasted for more than five years, and has damaged relations between the two countries.

Lever faces charges of raping and assaulting girls in an inappropriate manner at the "Lentil Israel" religious school in Melbourne, Australia.


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