Is­rael stands in sol­i­dar­ity with UK

Jerusalem Post - - FRONT PAGE - • By TOVAH LAZAROFF

Is­rael and Great Bri­tain are both bat­tling ter­ror­ism, Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Ne­tanyahu said fol­low­ing Fri­day’s train bomb­ing in Lon­don that wounded 30 peo­ple.

“We stand with PM [Theresa] May and the peo­ple of Bri­tain in our com­mon fight against the forces of ter­ror,” Ne­tanyahu wrote in English on Twit­ter.

He was one of a num­ber of Is­raeli politi­cians and diplo­mats who sent mes­sages of sup­port via the so­cial-net­work­ing ser­vice.

“Is­rael con­demns the #ter­ror at­tack in Lon­don. We stand with you and our prayers for a quick re­cov­ery go out to the in­jured,” Deputy For­eign Min­is­ter Tzipi Ho­tovely wrote.

“Is­rael stands in sol­i­dar­ity with the peo­ple of Lon­don. Our thoughts are with #ParsonsGreen vic­tims & their fam­i­lies at this dif­fi­cult time,” wrote Am­bas­sador to Great Bri­tain Mark Regev.

“Last week we brought love & cul­ture to http://Lon­don. To­day ter­ror­ists sent mes­sage of hate. Is­rael & UK stand to­gether against #ter­ror,” Public Safety Min­istry Gi­lad Er­dan wrote.

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