Ya'alon takes IAF helicopter to daughter's wedding

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March 27, 2013 21:50

 
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Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon chose an unusual way to get to his daughter's wedding last week, it emerged Wednesday, using an Israel Air Force helicopter to make sure he arrived on time.

The freshly appointed minister had spent most of the day at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, in intensive operational and security meetings. In order to make it on time to his daughter's big day, he flew by helicopter to the wedding venue, located in the Arava region of southern Israel near Eilat.

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