Israel buried its five nationals killed in the attack in Bulgaria

Israel buried its five nationals killed in the attack in Bulgaria

Paris : France | Jul 20, 2012 at 11:12 AM PDT
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The funeral of five Israelis killed in the suicide attack in Bourgas, Bulgaria, were celebrated Friday near Tel Aviv and to St. John's of an acre. Hundreds of people attended the funeral of Yitzhik Kolengi, 28 years, which were held under a searing heat at a cemetery in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv. "I wanted to thank you for having been my brother, for sharing my house for 20 years, for the jokes that we have made together. Thou shalt stand my brother for always. I will never forget you never", said the brother of Yitzhik before his coffin. The wife of Yitzhik, Gilat, injured in the attack and patriated Thursday in Israel, was not able to attend the ceremony due to her state of health, has been reported in the Israeli media. The burial of Menashe Amir, 28 years ago, a friend of Yitzhik Kolengi, was held shortly after in the same cemetery of Petah Tikva. Kochava Shrikri, 44, who was pregnant with her first child, was buried in Rishon Le Zion, in the same region. The funeral of Maor Harush, 25 years, were held in the cemetery of St. John of Acre (north) or must be also buried Elior Priess, 26 years, later in the afternoon. The body of the five Israelis had arrived in the night from Thursday to Friday in Tel Aviv on board a Israeli military aircraft. The suicide bombing late on Wednesday afternoon against a tourist bus to Bourgas, on the Black Sea, has done, in addition to its author, six people died: five Israelis and the bus driver Bulgarian.
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An Israeli, wounded during an attack in Bulgaria, is wheeled into a hospital in Tel Aviv
An Israeli, wounded during an attack in Bulgaria, is wheeled into a hospital in Tel Aviv
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