Muslim father whose son was killed with Israelis in Burgas seeks legal help

SOFIA – The latest judicial chapter of the over four-year effort to obtain justice for the victims of a Hezbollah terrorism attack that, killed five Israelis and their Bulgarian bus driver, played out on Thursday with an appeal by the driver’s father, Ahmed Kyosev, for Israeli legal representation.

Amid tears Kyosev told The Jerusalem Post that “no one can bring back my son” and he “wishes nobody experiences this and wishes that the Israelis were never killed like this.” He asked whether he can be represented by an Israeli lawyer, because his son died together with Israelis.


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