"Yeah, sure…it's true people do vanish all the time, for one reason or another. But these three people had lives to come back to and wouldn't just walk off the face of the earth without leaving a single trace of evidence behind. No way. Something happened to them. Something obviously very bad. What more that entails, I haven't a clue. The only thing I can say at this moment with absolute certainty is that on Monday, August 11, 2013 they walked up Mt. Arbel, and never came down."

— Yael Stein, Reporter, The Jerusalem Post

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