By COLlive reporter
3 bouquets of flowers were placed on the grave of Yehuda Piamenta, father of the musical family who was posthumously revealed as a senior Shabak official.
The Prime Minister’s office sent one and another was from the Yamam, the elite civilian counter-terrorism unit in Israel.
But the third remains a mystery.
Signed “Mehchevre hayerushalmim” (from the Yerusalmi fellows), it’s presence yet another piece in the puzzle about Piamenta’s secret life in the intelligence community.
News about his involvement first broke when Israel Security Agency director Yuval Diskin came to the Kfar Chabad village to comfort the Piamenta family.
“Like many others, you have no idea what your father did for the security of Israel,” Diskin told the stunned musician Avi and Yossi Piamenta.
“I can say that he did a lot more than those who are still with us. Generations of fighters learned from him and I hope and am sure that you will continue in his ways.”
His son Yossi Piamenta admits that even today, much remains cloaked behind a veil of secrecy.
“I have no idea which unit [Diskin] was talking about,” said the son, “but I know that my father had an amazing heart.”
The identity of the sender of the flowers remains unsolved.