PM visits families of Toulouse shooting victims

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 22, 2012 12:42

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday paid condolence calls to the families of the Jewish school shooting in Toulouse.

Netanyahu was accompanied on the visit by France's Israeli Ambassador Christophe Bigot.

During the meeting with Miriam Monsonego's parents and siblings, the prime minister said, “If they could have, these murderers would have murdered every Jew,” according to a Government Press Office statement.

He added, “To think about little Miriam, who was murdered so brutally, this is awful.  Bereavement is like disability; it is painful and debilitating, like a limb of one’s body has been cut off.  We all pray that you will find the strength to deal with your pain.” 

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