Netanyahu on Remembrance Day: Peace Requires Strong Defense

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu paid tribute to Israel’s fallen soldiers on Sunday evening, at a ceremony marking the beginning of Remembrance Day, at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem. Netanyahu recalled his own experience with bereavement, when his brother Yoni fell during the daring rescue of the hijacked Israelis in Entebbe, Uganda, in 1976.

“My brothers and sisters, I am all too familiar with the pain and the feeling of loss… I know the loss experienced by bereaved families,” he told his audience.


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