After Israeli leadership stood with the United States - "shoulder to shoulder" - yesterday against the recent terror attack in Orlando, the Jewish state again voiced its solidarity with free nations. JNS reports that at a meeting in Jerusalem with NATO ambassadors, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for a "collective struggle" against the terror that faces all who stand for peace, freedom, and good:
Three weeks ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Warsaw, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem on Tuesday with a group of ambassadors from NATO member states and called for a “collective struggle” against terrorism.
Before the start of Tuesday’s meeting, Netanyahu told the ambassadors, “I look forward to this opportunity to discuss our common interests, based on our common values. I want to thank NATO for inviting Israel to open an office in your headquarters in Brussels. I called Secretary General [Jens] Stoltenberg immediately to express my appreciation and I want to inform you that we’re in the process of opening the office as soon as possible. We attach great importance to that. Israel has much to contribute to NATO. I believe NATO has much to contribute to Israel. We’ve already begun that process, but I think we can extend and increase our cooperation.”
Referring to the threat posed by terrorism throughout the world, Netanyahu said, “Paris, Brussels, London, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bali, Mumbai, New York, San Bernardino, and now Orlando, and so many other cities, have been struck by the same evil. Terror knows no bounds, and that is why our cooperation in the battle against terrorism must know no bounds as well..."