Hague expresses condolences to Viflic family

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April 18, 2011 03:13

 
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British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Sunday expressed his condolences on the death of Daniel Raphael Viflic, the 16-year-old who was critically wounded in an anti-tank missile attack on a school bus in the Negev by Hamas terrorists 10 days ago.

"Daniel was just 16. The tragedy of his death is brought home all the more in that it occurs on the eve of Passover, normally a time of celebration for Jewish families all over the world," Hague said.

"I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to Daniel's family," Hague continued. "And I reiterate my utter abhorrence of the cowardly attack which cost him his life, and my call for an end to all such attacks on innocent civilians."

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