Canadian FM Baird condemns 'cowardly' attack, says all Canadians standing with Israel

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November 18, 2014 16:16

 
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Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird condemned the "savage terrorist attack" which killed four Israelis at a Jerusalem synagogue on Monday.

“Attacks on innocent worshippers, in what is supposed to be a place of peace and tranquility, are cowardly and must never be tolerated," Baird said.

“Those engaging in these despicable terrorist acts, and those financing or morally supporting their actions, are responsible for further aggravating an already fraught and dangerous situation," he added.

“On behalf of all Canadians, we stand with the people of Israel and offer our deepest heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of the victims,” Baird concluded.

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