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Russia condemns Jerusalem synagogue killings

November 18, 2014, 18:48 UTC+3 MOSCOW
Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on Tuesday
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Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on 18 November
Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on 18 November
Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on 18 November
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Two Palestinian attackers were shot dead by police officers
Two Palestinian attackers were shot dead by police officers
Two Palestinian attackers were shot dead by police officers
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Photo: Police stand and guard on a roof of the synagogue involved in a fatal attack in a religious area of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
Photo: Police stand and guard on a roof of the synagogue involved in a fatal attack in a religious area of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
Photo: Police stand and guard on a roof of the synagogue involved in a fatal attack in a religious area of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
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Photo: Ultra-Orthodox Jews mourn during a eulogy ceremony ahed of the funeral of Rabbi Twersky, one of the four jewish victims who were killed in a religious Neighborhood of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
Photo: Ultra-Orthodox Jews mourn during a eulogy ceremony ahed of the funeral of Rabbi Twersky, one of the four jewish victims who were killed in a religious Neighborhood of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
Photo: Ultra-Orthodox Jews mourn during a eulogy ceremony ahed of the funeral of Rabbi Twersky, one of the four jewish victims who were killed in a religious Neighborhood of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
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Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on 18 November
© EPAABIR SULTAN
Two Palestinian attackers were shot dead by police officers
© EPAABIR SULTAN
Photo: Police stand and guard on a roof of the synagogue involved in a fatal attack in a religious area of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
© EPAABIR SULTAN
Photo: Ultra-Orthodox Jews mourn during a eulogy ceremony ahed of the funeral of Rabbi Twersky, one of the four jewish victims who were killed in a religious Neighborhood of Jerusalem, 18 November 2014
© EPAABIR SULTAN

MOSCOW, November 18. /TASS/. In a commentary on a bloody attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem on Tuesday, the Russian Foreign Ministry said killings of civilians were an inhumane crime.

“We resolutely and unconditionally denounce this terrorist act,” the ministry said following an attack by two Palestinians at a West Jerusalem synagogue, in which four Israelis were killed.

“The killing of civilians, no matter what reasons could be given, is an inhumane crime. We express sincere condolences to the relatives of the victims and wish an early recovery to those injured,” the statement said.

Four Israelis were killed and several others were injured when two armed men attacked a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood early on Tuesday. Two Palestinian attackers were shot dead by police officers.

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