Missing Israeli in Berlin was murdered in terror attack

The body of Dalia Elyakim, who was missing in Berlin, has been identified.

Uzi Baruch,

Rami and Dalia Elyakim
Rami and Dalia Elyakim
Courtesy of the family

The body of the missing Israeli woman in Berlin, Dalia Elyakim, not seen since the murderous truck terror attack in the Christmas market, was identified last night.

The Israeli embassy in Germany is working in coordination with the family to transfer the body to Israel.

Dalia’s husband, Rami, is hospitalized as a result of the attack in Berlin; he is seriously injured but not in danger of his life.

German police believe that the suspect in the truck terror attack earlier this week is Anis Amri, 23, of Tunisian origin; they say he is armed and dangerous.

He has been known to use different names in the past, therefore his identity is not certain.

Yesterday, Rabbi of the Berlin Jewish community Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal presided over a memorial ceremony in Berlin for victims killed in the attack; participants also held a prayer session for the recovery of those wounded in the attack.