J'lem condemns Christmas terror in Nigeria, will send aid

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December 25, 2011 21:34

 
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Israel condemned "in the strongest terms"  the terror attacks against three churches in Nigeria on Sunday -- Christmas day -- that killed dozens of people.

"The government of Israel conveys its condolences to the government of Nigeria, the Nigerian people and the families of the victims, and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured," a Foreign Ministry statement read.

The statement said Israel will be providing the Nigerian authorities with medical supplies to treat the injured.

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