Prime Minister Netanyahu sends condolences to German people following attack

By DANA SOMBERG
December 20, 2016 14:21

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent his condolences to the German people on Tuesday after a suspected terror attack in Berlin killed 12 people.

"Israel condemned what looks like a terror attack in Germany," the prime minister said, adding that "we send our condolence to the families of those killed, to the German government and a speedy recovery to the injured, including an Israeli citizen."

"This attack, along with other terror, shows that terror is spreading to every place in the world and can only be stopped if we fight it," the premier said, "and we will beat it."

"But we will beat it faster if all free nations unite and join the war to defeat terrorism," he added. 


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