by Barry Chamish
- Yemenite Babies Affair: Families of the kidnapped speak out
- The tragedy of the lost Yemenite children: In the footsteps of the adoptees
- The Yemenite Babies Affair: What if this was your child?
THE MURDER OF OFRA HAZA
"Who kidnapped Ofra Haza?" Under this intriguing title, Ma'ariv writer Michal Kafra interviewed the superstar singer who is starring in an Israeli film examining the disappearances of Yemenite immigrant children in the early years of the state. For Haza it marks a return to the big screen, a return from recording studios in Germany and, above all, a return to her roots.
Headline: Ofra Haza's widower dies, drugs found
Monday, April 9, 2001 -- The attorney of the family of singer Ofra Haza, who died last February of AIDS, said yesterday the family awaits the results of the autopsy to be performed on her husband, Doron Ashkenazi, who died Saturday night, to determine whether he was an HIV carrier.
Ha'aretz Correspondent and wires
Doron Ashkenazi - widower of Israel's most successful international singer, Ofra Haza, who died of AIDS in February 2000 - died Saturday night of an overdose of crystallized cocaine, police said. His autopsy today may shed a light on Haza's death as well.
PLEASE SEE MY POST OF YESTERDAY, "ASKING HARD QUESTIONS..." FOR REFERENCE