Capt. Omer Rabinovitch, Sgt. Amit Robinson to be laid to rest Friday

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January 9, 2009 02:27

 
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Capt. Omer Rabinovitch, 23, of Arad, who was killed in close-quarter firefights in Gaza, will be laid to rest at midday on Friday in his town's cemetery. Sgt. Amit Robinson, 21, a tank crewman from Kibbutz Magal, killed by a sniper in northern Gaza, will be laid to rest at 1 p.m. at his kibbutz. Maj. Ro'i Rosner of the Kfir Brigade's Haruv Battalion, killed when a Hamas man fired an anti-tank missile near the Kissufim crossing, was buried on Thursday in Holon. All three troops were killed on the 13th day of the IDF's Operation Cast Lead, Thursday.

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