Before Remembrance Day, PM pays visit to brother's grave

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April 23, 2012 13:04

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu visited the grave of his brother, Yonatan, on Mount Herzl Sunday evening.

Netanyahu, accompanied by his wife, Sarah, and his two sons, Yair and Avner, lit a memorial candle and placed a flag on the grave. "Yoni" Netanyahu, commander of the elite Sayeret Matkal unit,  was killed in the 1976 Entebbe raid.The Prime Minister paid the visit two nights before Remembrance Day, so his security detail would not disrupt others visiting the graves of their loved ones on that day.  

"The years pass, but the pain remains," he said at the site.

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