Ya'alon to bereaved families: All Israelis share in grief

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 2, 2014 13:27

 
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Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon spoke to bereaved families on Friday ahead of Remembrance Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism to take place beginning Sunday evening.

"It seems that there is no Israeli citizen who hasn't experienced grief, whether personally or through the loss of friends," he said. "Soldiers who sacrificed the most precious thing of all will remain forever young, and have left behind a void that will never be filled."

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