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Netanyahu meets IDF widows and orphans: Honouring fallen heroes of Israel's Defence Forces

Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, held a poignant meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem on Tuesday with widows and orphans of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) who lost their fathers in the line of duty during conflicts with Hamas terrorists in Gaza.

News Arena Network - Jerusalem - UPDATED: May 8, 2024, 04:53 AM - 2 mins read

Prime Minister Netanyahu's Heartfelt Encounter: Empathy with Families of Fallen Soldiers. Image X.

Netanyahu meets IDF widows and orphans: Honouring fallen heroes of Israel's Defence Forces

Prime Minister Netanyahu's Heartfelt Encounter: Empathy with Families of Fallen Soldiers. Image X.


Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, held a poignant meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem on Tuesday with widows and orphans of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) who lost their fathers in the line of duty during conflicts with Hamas terrorists in Gaza.

 

During the meeting, Prime Minister Netanyahu listened to the stories of the fallen soldiers from the widows and orphans, describing them as dedicated family men who displayed immense bravery during the clashes, including the events of October 7 and battles in the Gaza Strip.

 

Expressing empathy and solidarity, Prime Minister Netanyahu emphasised that their loved ones made the ultimate sacrifice in defence of their homeland.

 

He underscored Israel's unwavering commitment to achieving total victory over Hamas, stressing that the fallen soldiers' legacy inspires the nation to persevere until the mission is accomplished.

 

 

Acknowledging the profound heroism displayed by the fallen soldiers, Netanyahu highlighted their crucial role in securing the existence of the State of Israel. He emphasised that their contributions extend far beyond mere words or phrases, underscoring the debt owed to them by the entire nation.

 

CEO of the IDF Widows and Orphans Organization, Shlomi Nahumson, expressed gratitude for the sacrifices made by the fallen soldiers.

 

He emphasised the profound impact their actions had on enabling people across Israel, from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, to continue with their daily lives, including work, school, and other routines, ensuring their safety and security.

 

The meeting served as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by the brave soldiers in defence of their country, leaving an indelible mark on the fabric of Israeli society. Through their courage and commitment, they continue to inspire future generations, embodying the resilience and spirit of the nation.

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