Israel stands in solidarity with UK
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.