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Soumya Santosh Killed By Palestinian Rocket Strike in Israel

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Israel’s ambassador Ron Malka expressed his grief over Soumya Santosh’s death on Wednesday morning by talking to her family. Soumya died a day before Santosh during the Palestinian rocket strike.

 Ron Malka expressed sorrow over soumya santosh’s death on behalf of the israel government and said “the whole country is mourning her loss and we are here for them”. Soumya Santosh also has a 9-year-old son who lost his mother. Ron malka expressed his sorrow over this too.

Soumya Santosh Killed By Palestinian Rocket Strike in Israel
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he tweeted and said “I just spoke to the family of Ms Soumya Santosh, the victim of the Hamas terrorist strike. I expressed my sorrow for their unfortunate loss and extended my condolences on behalf of the state of Israel. The whole country is mourning her loss and we are here for them, “

he also said “My heart goes out to her nine-year-old son, Adon, who has lost his mother at such a young age and will have to grow up without her. This evil attack reminds me of little Moses, who also lost his parents during the 2008 Mumbai attacks. May God give them strength and courage, “

Mr Malka gave a reference to Moshe Tzvi Holtzberg, stating that Moshe’s parents had died in the 26/11 Mumbai attack when he was two and a half years old.

According to the PTI, Soumya santosh comes from Kerala, who used to work as a housemaid in Israel’s Ashkelon city for the past seven years.

Sajid, the brother-in-law of Soumya, said “My brother heard a huge sound during the video call. Suddenly the phone got disconnected. Then we immediately warned fellow Malayalees working there. Thus we came to know about the incident,”

Then he called the people working with Soumya, and he came to know about this incident.

UN Middle East peace envoy Tor Wennesland tweeted: “Stop the fire immediately. We’re escalating towards a full-scale war. Leaders on all sides have to take the responsibility of de-escalation.”

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