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Pm Netanyahu Visits His Brother’s Grave

Bibi at grave of his brother Yoni Netanyahu

Photo Credit: Haim Zach/GPO/Flash90

Ahead of Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, PM Netanyahu visits the grave of his brother Yoni Netanyahu, who was killed in Operation Entebbe, by Ugandan soldiers in 1976.

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26 Responses to “Pm Netanyahu Visits His Brother’s Grave”

  1. Marcia Greene says:

    Salute

  2. Ehie zichro buruch!

  3. My sons elementary school was the first in the US to be named for Jonathan Netanyahu. May his memory be a blessing.

  4. May they rest in peace.

  5. very intr i did not no netayahu brother got killed in uganda…very sad i was still a small boy .that time .but our friends did a pvrf move that time .south africa..

  6. My condolences to the country and people of Israel for the loss of their precious sons and daughters. Israel has the right to exist in peace and be left alone to run their own country and their own business. God bless Israel.

  7. Reyna Cohen says:

    Rest in peace. I love Israel!

  8. Lau Ryder says:

    Shame on you for wishing death upon anyone, even your enemies..

  9. Bill Kalish says:

    Honorable warrior, P.M Netanyahu. R.I.P. Yom.

  10. go to hell where you belong, troll!

  11. Terek Saba! You want war? Again!? Remember 1948? 1956? 1967? 1973? 1982? 1991? 2006? Want to get some **** spread on your face again? Some people never learn leasons, really! :)

  12. Ben does he rise again?

  13. Ben does he rise again?

  14. Joel Fisher says:

    While in HS in the US, my daughter was assigned a project to write a paper on a Jewish hero – the teacher had to approve the subject. My daughter submitted Yoni Netanyahu’s name for her subject and the teacher rejected it (politely and respectfully) on the grounds that however tragic it is – dying in a war does NOT make one a hero. She allowed my daughter to write the paper none-the-less and my daughter did so – speaking to the bravery and gallantry of Yoni – without once ever referring to Entebbe. Yoni was very much a hero – even if he had not been at Entebbe – may his memory be a blessing and inspiration to us all.

  15. WHEN???
    the first time he went there (even told by himselfe) – February / March 2014 !!

  16. Truly a heros hero

  17. my nashama has a connection to Yoni. it came into this world on that very day.

  18. May he be at peace in gan eden, may the Lord bless his soul,amen

  19. Blessings to the PM and his family

  20. Joel Fisher! Your daughter should change school. I would be wandering I what her teacher will say about Warsaw Ghetto fighters? Yoni acted as a hero in Entebbe saving lives of the innocents, and your daughter was not suppose to mention Entebbe? How pathetic!

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