Netanyahu thanks France for strong stance against anti-Semitism, terrorism in wake of attacks

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January 11, 2015 21:55

 
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At a memorial to the victims of the recent streak of terror attacks in Paris, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his thanks to France on Sunday for taking a strong stance against anti-Semitism and against terrorism.

The premier expressed his condolence to the families of the victims who were killed at the attacks on the office of Charlie Hebdo magazine and a kosher supermarket in the French capital.

He expressed his appreciated to all citizens of France for their show of solidarity in the wake of the murderous attacks, and called for the end of terrorism.

"Enough with terror," he stressed.

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