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May 11, 2016 9:37 am

Netanyahu Berated at Memorial Service by Brother of Terror Victim

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A family remembering loved ones at Mount Herzl cemetery in Jerusalem. Israel held its annual state memorial service for victims of terror at the cemetery. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

A family remembering loved ones at Mount Herzl cemetery. Israel held its state memorial service for victims of terror at the cemetery. Photo: Twitter.

The annual state memorial service for victims of terror attacks took place at the Mount Herzl cemetery in Jerusalem on Wednesday afternoon.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the ceremony, but his speech was interrupted. Rami Cohen, who was injured in a terrorist attack in 2001 and whose brother, Tzvika Cohen, was injured in the current wave of terrorism in an attack at a Ma’ale Adumim mall, stood and yelled at the prime minister.

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