Yair Netanyahu enlists in the IDF

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July 21, 2009 10:48

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's son Yair boarded a bus on Tuesday morning and headed off for his first day of mandatory military service. The premier, his wife Sarah and younger son Avner, as well as a bodyguard, accompanied 18-year-old Yair to a military induction center at Jerusalem's Ammunition Hill, from where he will proceed to another army base and be processed. The new recruit will join the IDF Spokesman's Office after a short basic training.

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