Tuesday, March 10, 1998

Case of Alon Koren

Case of Alon Koren
Delivery Person, Supersol - Tel Aviv, Israel

Convicted and sentenced to eighteen years in prison, along with a two-year suspended sentence for rape and sodomy of a 10-year-old girl.  

Please note that there are several individuals who go by the name of Alon Koren.  The one on this page was born in 1973.  If you have more information about this case, please forward it to The Awareness Center.


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Table of Contents:


  1. Man remanded in rape (03/10/1998)


  1. Save the Children  (03/09/2004)


News in brief
Man remanded in rape
By Itim
Jerusalem Post - March 10, 1998

Alon Koren, 25, of Tel Aviv, was remanded for four days yesterday, on suspicion he raped a 19-year-old blind girl he had met via a radio program. He also is suspected of stealing her cane, her watch, and money.

According to police, when they met the first time, the girl initially agreed to have sex but then changed her mind, and Koren allegedly forced himself on her despite her entreaties to stop.

The second time, Koren arranged a meeting with her under an assumed name, and the girl at first did not realize her date was the same man who had raped her. He allegedly dragged her to a secluded spot and attempted to rape her, but a car that suddenly passed nearby scared him and he fled.

The suspect has previous convictions for sex offenses, police said.


Save the Children
by Aviva Lori
Haaretz Magazine -  March 4, 2004 (Adar 11, 5764)
Part I and II 

Click here to read entire article
Alon Koren, 31, of Tel Aviv, was convicted in the Tel Aviv District Court in May 2002, and was sentenced to 18 years in prison and a two-year suspended sentence for rape and sodomy of a 10-year-old girl. Koren was a delivery man for Supersol.  He convinced the minor to come with him to the park behind her parents' home, claiming that there was an injured man there who needed help, and there he raped her.

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