Britain condemns Wednesday's terror attack in Jerusalem

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 25, 2014 00:55

 
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British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond expressed his condolences over the recent terrorist attack in Jerusalem, which killed a three-month-old baby and injured seven others when a car rammed into pedestrians waiting at a light rail stop near Ammunition Hill.

Hammond condemned the "senseless attack" and called for calm on both sides.

The escalating situation in the West Bank and Jerusalem was a cause of concern to the UK, he said, adding that "every Israeli and every Palestinian deserves to live in peace and security."


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