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Memorial Day for Israel's Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terror Featured

Memorial Day for Israel's Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terror will start at 20:00 with a one minute siren, after that the main ceremony will begin at the Western Wall.

Ceremony speakers will include President Reuven Rivlin, and Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot.
At 21:00 a "Singing in memory" evening will be held at the Knesset. In addition, films of the fallen will be screened. At the same time will take place in Rabin Square, in Tel Aviv, a musical event in memory of the fallen "Singing in the Square" .

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