Foriegn Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett will depart for the United States tonight following the shooting incident against the Jewish community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Bennett will visit the scene of the attack, meet the local community and participate in the funerals of those killed in the attack.
“When Jews are murdered in Pittsburgh, the people of Israel feel pain. All Israel are responsible for one another,” said Bennett.
“The State of Israel is deeply pained by this terrible antisemitic murder. Our Jewish brothers and sisters came under a murderous attack while at prayer. Our hearts go out to the families of those killed, and we pray for the swift recovery of the injured, as we pray this is the last such event. Jewish blood is not free.”
“I am going to offer strength to the community and its leaders, and to examine how we can offer assistance,” added Bennett. “May the memory of the murdered be blessed.”
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