As of Wednesday morning no Israelis were known to have been harmed in Tuesday night's terror attack at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport in which at least 36 people were killed and 150 others were injured.
The airport is a common stop-over hub for Israelis traveling to international destinations on connecting flights.
Several Israelis were present at the airport during the attack in which three suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up.
Gur, an Israeli who was in the terminal around 9 p.m. local time on Tuesday told Channel 10: "There was a big mess here. Shooting, and a lot of smoke. We're waiting to see what happened. I was after check-in, in the lounge. They made everyone run from place to place, but didn't tell us anything. Nobody knew what to do."
Gur described the moments when he first realized that a terror attack was taking place. "First there was shooting and then there was a very big explosion, and then another blast."
David, another Israeli who was on the scene described seeing "a stampede of thousands of people escaping from the inferno and falling down hysterically."
Another Israeli who withheld his name said that, "We arrived in a group of 10 Israelis, exactly when the incident was occurring. We saw people crying and yelling. The workers rushed everyone to the other side of the terminal. We realized immediately that it was a terror attack. It was horrific. We saw children crying and being trampled on, it was a very unpleasant sight."
The final two Israelis who had yet to be contacted were reached Wednesday morning and confirmed to be unharmed, the Foreign Ministry stated.
Some 130 Israelis were at the airport on Wednesday morning awaiting flights home.