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August 3, 2012 10:24 am

Jewish Father of Four Found Dead in Brooklyn Shop

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Issac Kadare. Photo: NY Post.

Issac Kadare, a father of four, was found dead inside his Brooklyn shop on Thursday night, and the New York Post reports that police are investigating the incident as a possible homicide.

The 59 year old man was found with severe head trauma, on the floor by two customers, around 8:45 p.m.

“His family is always there,” Margaret Roman , who lives in the same building where Kadare’s store is located, said. “His kids are always there. His wife is always there. They weren’t there tonight.”

According to neighbors, Kadare moved to the United States from Israel.

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“I don’t even know what to say. He loved his family, his four kids,” Kadare’s wife said.

“He was a really hard-working man, I don’t get it. A person is alive one day, and the next they are not.”

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  • Mary Ryan

    With all the anti-Semetic activity world wide & all the anti-Israel hate propaganda .. how am I to picture this 59 yr. old father lying in a pool of his own blood upon the floor of his store..thank G-d his wife & children weren’t there..they to maybe lying dead with him..I’m pondering that this was a violent-terrorist kind of attack upon an innocent man..innocent blood has been shed and where are the perpetrators of this act…have they been caught – are they in prison? or, are they still being allowed to remain free..while His family has lost a husband, a father, a grandfather…and we, his brethren, continue to look the other way..

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