Ayalon: Israelis and Americans mourn together on 9/11

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 11, 2011 16:41
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Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon spoke at the ceremony at the Jewish National Fund memorial in Jerusalem for the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on Sunday.

Ayalon expressed his sympathy with the American people, saying that "Israel, which has unfortunately known all too well, the terrible price that terrorism inflicts upon individuals and society, stands with America in its continuing battle for Democracy and Freedom. Know that we are at you side as you defend the core values of our civilization and pursue, in righteous anger, those who would destroy our lives and our societies."

"We also know that you are by our side. Yesterday, we once again witnessed that in our hour of need, America is always ready to assist the State of Israel. The Government of Israel wishes to thank President Obama and all of the American officials who were involved in the bringing to safety of Israeli diplomats and their families from Cairo."

"Israelis and Americans mourn together the loss, share the pain and collectively continue to defend the future. A future, where those who crave life and freedom will triumph over those who seek death and destruction," the minister concluded.

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