Convicted of hashish Israeli told about life in a Russian prison

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www.vsyako.netNaama Ischariot: Dmitry Lokaj / “Kommersant”

A citizen of Israel Naama Issachar, sentenced in Russia to seven and a half years in prison for possession of hashish, told about life in the penal colony №1 in Moscow Iksha. About this newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets, one of the journalists which is a member of the Public Supervisory Commission of Moscow region.

In conversation with him, the girl admitted the desire to have coffee with his mother in his native tel Aviv. “You miss your home much. Today is the birthday of my sister, LIAT. She is 33 years old. This would be the best gift if I am released,” — said the convicted Israeli.

She added that during the time spent in the colony were able to learn the Russian language, which before his arrest did not know. All this time, according to Issachar, she was engaged in reading books, doing “yoga all” camera and painted. “Maybe write a book about a Russian prison, but I don’t know. I don’t believe that all this may end soon”, she concluded.

11 Oct 2019 Khimki city court has sentenced the citizen of Israel and Naama Issachar to seven and a half years of imprisonment, recognizing her guilty of drug smuggling. 25-year-old girl was detained in the spring in the transit area of Sheremetyevo airport. When a Israeli woman who flew from new Delhi to tel Aviv, was 9.6 grams of hashish.

Russian authorities offered the Israeli side to exchange Issachar on the Russian hacker Alexey Burkov, who is wanted by US law enforcement, but was refused. Israel referred to the decision of his extradition to the United States. 12 Nov Burkova extradited.

On 23 January the President of Russia Vladimir Putin met with the mother of Issachar, noting after the meeting that “all is well”.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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