Netanyahu at Hyper Cacher: I expect world leaders to fight terrorism

January 12, 2015 14:42


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he expected the world leaders who marched against terrorism in the streets of Paris on Sunday to fight terror "even when it is directed at Israel and the Jews."

Netanyahu's comments came during a brief visit at the Hyper Cacher kosher grocery store in Paris, the site of Sunday's attack that killed four French Jews.

"There is a direct line between the attacks of the Islamic extremists around the world and the attack here at the kosher grocery at the center of Paris."

A small crowd of french Jews congregated near the site, waving Israeli flags, chanting "Bibi Bibi" and singing Israeli songs such as yerushalm shel zahav (Jerusalem of Gold).

Netanyahu was accompanied to the site by Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman and from there he is flying back to Israel.

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