Raz Atias was shot by police after holding a gun to his pregnant girlfriend's head. Relatives of the girl are now blaming Efrat, an anti-abortion group, for 'brainwashing teens.' The Hebrew news cycle was dominated last weekend by the death of Raz Atias following a shootout with police. Atias, an 18-year-old navy cadet from Haifa, threatened to hurt his pregnant girlfriend and then commit suicide. On Thursday evening, Atias made it known that he and his girlfriend were about to take their life together. Police forces found the couple at the Beit Shemesh forest. Atias held a gun to the girl's head,…Read More... | 15 Comments
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