Israeli boy who died from jellyfish sting in Thailand to be cremated – The Times of Israel

A 9-year-old Israeli boy living in Thailand who died of a jellyfish sting has been named as Li-Yam Levi.
The boy’s father has decided to cremate his son rather than bring the body to Israel for burial, according to Hebrew media reports.
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