Welcome, Guest! - or
Easy to remember!  »  VinNews.com

Jerusalem - IN PHOTOS: IDF Officer Killed In Rocket Attack Laid To Rest

Published on: November 23, 2012 09:25 AM
By: VIN News Staff
Change text size Text Size  
Bookmark and Share
 Israeli soldiers carry the coffin of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence.  EPA/ABIR SULTAN Israeli soldiers carry the coffin of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence.  EPA/ABIR SULTAN

Jerusalem - Hundreds attended the funeral funeral for reserves Lieutenant Boris Yarmolnik who was laid to rest Friday at 11:00 a.m. in the military cemetery of Netanya.

Advertisement:

The reserve officer was critically injured Wednesday by a rocket fired towards the Eshkol Regional Council from the Gaza Strip. He succumbed to his wounds the next day.

Yarmilnik was the sixth Israeli to be killed during Operation Pillar of Defense.

Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, carry his coffin during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, carry his coffin during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, relatives and friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, attend his funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, relatives and friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, attend his funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers fire a salute for Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers fire a salute for Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers carry the coffin of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers carry the coffin of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)
Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)Israeli soldiers, friends of Israeli reserve soldier Boris Yarmolnik, 28, embrace each other as they mourn during a funeral at the military cemetery in Netanya, Israel, 23 November 2012. Boris Yarmolnik reportedly died from injuries caused by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the Gaza border try to resume everyday life since 22 November, the day after a ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border violence. (Credit: EPA)

More of today's headlines

Beijing - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' envoy to China said on Friday that Beijing backs their United Nations membership bid, a day after France indicated it... Queens, NY - Residents in Far Rockaway, Queens, are now coping with sinkholes in areas that seemed stable before Superstorm Sandy. The city's Department of...

 

You can now automatically hide comments - New!

Don't worry, you can always display comments when you need to.

Total4

Read Comments (4)  —  Post Yours »

1

 Nov 23, 2012 at 09:29 AM sissel613 Says:

Baruch Dayan HaEmes

2

 Nov 23, 2012 at 12:45 PM ceasefire Says:

guys just take a look on these sad photos, now think for a minute if netanyahu wud order a ground war, we wud see dozens of IDF soldiers killed and such kind of funerals, do you really think that wud help his reelection chances ? the damage of such kind of funerals wud be worse then playing it safe with ceasefire

3

 Nov 23, 2012 at 01:31 PM bd"e Says:

Such sad pics.
I just didn't see any such pics on Hamas side, for all their dead ones. Funny how death means nothing to them, and so much to us.

4

 Nov 24, 2012 at 09:07 PM Anonymous Says:

hamas says it themselves. they value death as much as israel and the west value life! the more dead they have the more they think they win! thats your answer #3. and Yes i am glad they didnt go in! as long as the rockets stopped. its better this way! the arabs will always say they won! who cares! we won anyway! the rockets stopped and we dont hear of sad death of young soldiars! I am sorry for this lost! bde! may hashem bring his friends and family peace and solice!

5

Sign-in to post a comment

Scroll Up
Advertisements:

Sell your scrap gold and broken jewelry and earn hard cash sell gold today!