Netanyahu talks about Entebbe rescue with Ugandan president

Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu and his family have thanked Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni for memorializing Netanyahu's brother, who was killed in the 1976 hostage rescue at Uganda's Entebbe Airport. Benjamin Netanyahu said he supported Museveni's plan for a museum commemorating the rescue of more than 100 hostages held by Palestinian gunmen. Museveni is in Jerusalem for Israel's 60th anniversary celebrations, but he was more interested in ancient history when he grilled Netanyahu and his historian father on Jewish presence in the holy land. In their meeting Wednesday, Museveni asked the Netanyahus when Jews first lived in what is now Israel, what other communities lived in the area at the time, and if Jews displaced them.