The deceased was born and raised in Morocco and then immigrated to Israel, living in the cities of Sderot and Netivot. Later in her life she moved to Raved Street in the city of Bnei Brak.
Her husband, the late Rabbi Yehuda Malka, served as a rabbi in Morocco and later in Israel. During his life, her husband completed the study of Shas and Zohar.
The deceased has been feeling unwell for the past few days and left for her home in her home in Bnei Brak when she was 91 at the time of her death. It should be noted that there is a fear that the Korna virus has harmed her, after her family members and the caregiver who was by her side became infected with the virus last week.
The deceased raised blessed blessed generations and gave her life for the education of her children in holiness and purity, leaving behind the great son of the city Elad Rabbi Malka. Her sons-in-law are the genius rabbis Rabbi Meir Abuhatzira, Rabbi Yosef Otmezgin and more.
Her funeral tonight at 20:00 on Mount of Beatitudes in Jerusalem, where she will be buried.
A rabbi of Elad and his family will receive condolences at 18 Shamai Street, Elad. Between 18:00 and 20:00 only due to corona restrictions.
May her soul be bundled in the bundle of life.