European Jewish Congress
EU condemns Jerusalem terror attack on Israeli police officers
News and Views
EU condemns Jerusalem terror attack on Israeli police officers

The European Union condemned the fatal terror attack launched against Israeli police officers at the Temple Mount on Friday morning, terming it “not only a crime against people on duty, but also a profanation of this holy site.”  

“There can be no justification for such a crime or any act of terror,” the EU said in a statement issued by its External Action Service in Brussels, offering its “condolences to the families of the victims of the shootings.”

“The EU calls on all leaders to condemn violence and all acts of terrorism when they occur, and to work towards restoring the dignity and safety of this holy site,” the statement concluded.

 Click here to read the full article in EEAS

Monday, July 17, 2017
More News
Argentine experts confirm Nisman was murdered
AMIA Jewish centre bombing special prosecutor Alberto Nisman was assassinated by two people, who drugged and beat him and then manipulated the crime scene to make it look like a suicide, according to an official report.
Subscribe to our Newsletter
Life in Israel
President's Page Security and Crisis Centre by EJC European Parliament Working Group On Antisemitism