Hadass Kedmi, a 20-year-old woman soldier from Kibbutz Kfar Masaryk, was murdered some time after she disappeared while hitchhiking near Haifa in November 1984. The chief police pathologist confirmed that she had been raped repeatedly by her captors for about a week before they murdered her. Kedmi’s body, bearing marks of violence, was found on Dec. 11 in a wooded area on Mt. Carmel by soldiers on a training exercise.
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