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Diplomatic visits to the presidential home in the Rehavia neighborhood. Arab guests gather at the home. A torch is lit in the Jerusalem city center. Rachel Yanait Ben Zvi and Yitzhak Ben Zvi stand on a stage. A military rabbi reads Kaddish at Mount Herzl. Bereaved families visit the cemetery. A military march with flags and a torch lighting ceremony close the Memorial Day events. Independence Day events commence with fireworks and Hora dancing. Dancers dance in city streets. A military march, including a procession of tanks and artillery. The crowd disperses.
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