Netanyahu mourns the passing of former defense minister, Ben Eliezer

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August 28, 2016 18:12

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu extended his condolences over the passing of former chairman of the Labour Party and defense minister Benjamin "Fuad" Ben Eliezer.

"Fuad served the State of Israel for decades, as a soldier, a commander, as a Public servant who was a senior official in the government.

I knew him and respected his contribution and special character.In several conversations with him, Fuad expressed his concerns and commitment to the future of the country that he loved deeply. May his memory be blessed."

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