On Tuesday, the remains of a three-year-old girl will be removed from her burial in Netanya and tested for DNA.
The investigation into the terrible incident involving Yemenite children in Israel includes exhumation as a component.
The girl, Sa’ada, and the Karni family, who emigrated from Yemen to Israel in 1949, were revealed to be related by blood by the committee looking into the disappearances of children from Yemen and other foreign nations in the late 1940s and 1950s.
The father had two wives, Esther and Shulamit. The daughter of Esther vanished from their refugee camp.
The girl and her younger brother were reportedly taken hostage together despite their elder sister’s protests and efforts.
The mother was permitted to milk her kid for a few days after she was removed, but unhappily, she eventually learned that her daughter had passed away and was buried alongside her son.
After the incident, the father went to the hospital and insisted on seeing his child. The medical staff gave him back the eight-month-old son but not the daughter, Sa’ada.
Tragically, parents Avraham and Esther spent their entire lives trying to find their daughter, but they tragically passed away before finding out what had become of her.