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Bipin Joshi

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Bipin arrived in Israel with sixteen friends, as part of students’ apprenticeship in theoretical and practical agriculture. His mother says that he wanted to travel to an unfamiliar, far place, to see the world and learn about new cultures. Bipin and the group arrived at Kibbutz Aloumim three weeks before Simchat Torah and worked in the Avocado plantation. In the evenings, they used to join the Karaoke parties of the Thai workers, where Bipin’s talent for Rap music was discovered.
On October 7th, Bipin and his friends hid in the Concrete safety cube. He wrote to his cousin: “If something happens to me, take care of my family, be strong and keep your faith in the future.” Later, in the kibbutz security cameras, he was seen violently dragged to Gaza. In far Nepal, his parents and sister, who do not lose hope, wait for Bipin. “Every moment that goes by and we do not receive any new information about his condition, pushes us to the limits of our ability to hold on”, says the father.

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