A mother of a missing Israeli man said on Friday that she was able to physically stop him from hurting her.
Elisabeth Karsner, who is also a professor at Hebrew University, said her power gave her a way to stop her son from harming himself after she began to feel pain in her abdomen.
The two-year-old boy, who went missing in 2014, had a history of mental illness and he was often found in the shower, Karsener told Channel 2 news on Friday.
He told her that he wanted to go to the bathroom and she told him that she couldn’t, but that she could at least get him to go.
The boy was eventually found by police a day later and they released a statement saying that they were investigating the possibility that Karsninger’s power was a factor in his death.
Karsner said she believed the power in her bathroom was helping to stop the boy from hurting himself and that it was also a sign that the boy was alive.
Ketsner said the incident left her in tears, but she had no intention of returning to the water closet to continue using the power.
“I don’t want to do it again, so I can’t,” Karsners mother told Channel 4 News.
“I’m afraid to go back there.”
“This is my home, this is my son’s home, so this is how I’m going to deal with this situation.”
Ketsners mother, a former teacher, said she was shocked that she had to confront her son’s family.
She said that if she had the power, she would have stopped her son before he hurt himself.
Kersner said that she used her own power to stop him.
“It’s my only hope to save him,” she said.
“The only one who can do that is me.”
Karsners son was found in a bathtub by police in the summer of 2014 and was eventually identified as 19-yearold Arieh Karsinger, who was born in Israel.
His family said that he was suffering from a mental illness that led to episodes of violent behavior and that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Kestsner said her son had been on medication for months.
She also said that while she had been unable to stop his power from working, she had a number of methods she had used to limit the impact of his power.
Kardsner said in a Facebook post that she felt a strong urge to continue.
“After two years of being told to use my power to kill, I am ready to do my duty.
But I know it’s not easy to be brave, to use the power,” she wrote.”
You don’t have to use it, but you can do it, and it is very important that you do so now, because I cannot wait for you to do so.
And I can only hope that I am wrong.”