Victorine Marcelle (Ninio) Nigno

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Victorine Marcelle Nigno (also sometimes transliterated as "Ninio") was a native of Cairo and a one-time Olympic contender who was convited in 1955 of spying for Israel. With three of her colleagues, she was released during the 1967 June War prisoner exchanges. No one knew she had moved to Israel, for in her country of adoption like in her country of birth, Ninio was a source of political embarrassment. The situation changed only after Prime Minister Golda Meir personally announced in 1974 she would attend Ninio's wedding.

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