Livnat funeral procession to leave Elon Moreh settlement

April 24, 2011 10:35


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The funeral procession for Ben Yosef Livnat, killed by a PA police officer in a shooting incident in Nablus on Sunday, was scheduled to leave the Elon Moreh settlement at 11 a.m. and head in the direction of Jerusalem.

Livnat will be laid to rest at the Mount of Olives cemetery.

He was married and was a father of four.

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