Liberman: We bow our heads for 9/11 victims memory

September 11, 2012 17:49


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Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman marked the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with a message on his Facebook page, saying that Israels "bow our heads in memory of those who lost their lives."

"The terrorists attacked America, not because of what it does, but because of what it represents: democracy and freedom," the foreign minister wrote. Noting Israeli citizens' own experience with terrorism, he continued, "[we] join with the US in its struggle to protect the free world."

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