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Prisoners of War Characters: Nurit

'Prisoners of War' Character Profiles: Nurit

The love of Nurit Ha-levy Zach and Uri was so big that when he fell captive, his loss was too much for her to bear. She spent every waking moment with Uri’s family. In time she developed arelationship with Yaki (Uri’s brother) which eventually led to their marriage. The only way Nurit was able to continue with her life was to convince herself that Uri was dead. Uri’s homecoming awakens at once her love for him. She suddenly blames herself for not waiting for him all these years. The guilt eats her up inside and undermines her marriage.

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First Grade

Jamal’s death and the release of the terrorist Abdullah Bin-Rashid undermine the position of Yussuf in the Children of the Jihad organization. Uri and Nimrode try to push the Ministry of Defense into figuring out where Amiel is by exposing the CD they got from Ruth Shorer at the end of season 1. Nurit leaves her home and moves into a new apartment with Uri, while Nimrode comes to a decision regarding his relationship with Talia. Yinon (Yonatan Uziel) comes to Amiel’s dog pound to adopt a dog and meets Yael Ben Horin. She seems to like him.

Birthday

Talia breaks down while Nimrode is out partying. Uri and Nurit try to bridge the gap formed by the past 17 years. After meeting Yinon, and trying to put the past behind her, Yael packs up all of Amiel’s things and puts them in storage. Haim Cohen interrogates the matter of Amiel, which is full of twists and turns and involves another Mossad agent. Yussuf and Abdullah head out to handle an arms deal, which Abdullah nearly blows.

Little Lies

The past troubles Yussuf, while Abdullah tries to revive the tradition of recruiting children to be martyrs. Finally, Yussuf is put to a test of faith. Iris extracts information about the Children of the Jihad, and she and Haim Cohen continue Atar Shorer’s investigation and try to solve the mystery of the new leader of the organization. Talia tries to get Nimrode to come back home. Uri shares the horrors of captivity with Nurit, and the psychological mind games their captors tortured them with.