Border Police undercover unit, YAMAS, holds memorial

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 8, 2010 23:47

 
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Members of the Judea and Samaria undercover Border Police unit, YAMAS, joined Sunday for a memorial of the first commander of the unit, Eli Avraham, who fell in combat 18 years ago. 

The memorial took place at Herzl Hill in Jerusalem, with Avraham's family members attending with various other security officials, including Vice Prime Minister and Knesset Minister Moshe Ya'alon and commander of the Border Police Israel Itshak.

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