This year''s ceremony highlighted four fallen, family members of Shiloh residents.

A grandfather, Isaac Knoller, who was killed at the Tel Aviv bus station in 1948 during an Egyptian bombing raid who was a Holocaust survivor who retrieved Jewish youth from monasteries and who lost a son during the 1948 fighting north of Jerusalem.

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A husband, Ido Zolden, shot in a drive-by shooting near Kedumim, who was engaged in returning Jews to the construction profession.

An uncle, Tuvia Undsodorffer,  who was killed in the 1948 fighting at a site called Shllita.

A brother, Moshe Naftali, who was killed near Eilat during a terrorist raid in 2011 fulfilling his military command role.

On our home page, in Hebrew, you can find the short biopic clips (at the left).

Our children''s instrumental group performed the HaTikva anthem and the Ani Maamin song:-


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