FOUR ISRAELI WOMEN MOURN AT JERUSALEM GRAVE OF FAMILY MEMBER.
Rivka Moscowitch (2nd, L), the widow of Yaacov Moscowitch, is comforted by family members Esti and Tzila (R) and friend Talma (L) during a memorial ceremony on Mount Herzl Military Cemetery marking the anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, September 21. Yaacov Moscowitch was 26 when he was killed at the Suez Canal. Tzila, Yaacov's sister, is comforted by Esti (2nd from R) who married Yaacov and Rivka's son. The four women are standing over Yaacov's grave during a tearful memorial service attended by Prime Minister and Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Israel's most decorated soldier, who during the Yom Kippur War served in a special forces unit and was decorated for going behind enemy lines and saving a wounded soldier.