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On July 4, 1976, Binyamin Ne-
tanyahu was studying for his
master's degree at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. He had
started out in architecture, but
was switching to business ad-
ministration and was about to
start work with a prominent
Boston business consultancy firm.
He had large ambitions for a ca-
reer in the private, not public, sec-
On that day, Palestinian and
West German terrorists were
holding over 100 Israeli and Jew-
ish hostages at the airport in En-
tebbe, Uganda. The hostages had
been passengers on an Air France
jet hijacked eight days earlier en
route from Tel Aviv to Paris.
The terrorists threatened to kill
them unless Israel and other
countries released over 100 of
their jailed comrades.
With the deadline approach-
ing, Israel responded with the
now-legendary raid on Entebbe.
Israeli troops made a surprise
landing at the airport, killed some
45 terrorists and Ugandan sol-
diers, and freed all the hostages
except two who were accidental-
ly killed in the assault.
The lead force in the raid was
Sayeret Matcal (Border Recon-
naisance), the most exalted of the
Israeli army's elite units. The only
Israeli soldier killed in the oper-
ation was Sayeret Matcal's com-
mander, Lt. Col. Yonatan
Netanyahu, Binyamin Ne-
tanyahu's older brother.
In the book, Self-Portrait of a
Hero: The Letters of Jonathan Ne-
tanyahu, Yonatan wrote to
Binyamin in 1967 that "You're
the only true friend I ever had."
Their uncle, Professor Chaim
Mileikowski, has been quoted as
saying that for weeks after En-
tebbe, Binyamin Netanayhu
could barely swallow food. In a
television interview about two
years ago, Mr. Netanyahu, in a
clear reference to his brother's
death, said he cried heavily over
it, and had not cried since.
The death of his brother was
the decisive event in Mr. Ne-
tanyahu's life. It took him into the
public arena, and began a chain
of events that led to his election
as prime minister.
He and his younger brother,
Iddo, spent the next two years
editing the book of Yonatan's let-
ters, which immediately became
a basic text of Israeli inspirational
But the most fateful of Mr. Ne-
tanyahu's post-Entebbe activities
was his organization of the
Jonathan Institute, which aimed
to fight terror on the political