Board of Deputies expresses solidarity after terror attacks

The Board of Deputies of British Jews has expressed solidarity with the victims of terrorist attacks which were perpetrated around Europe.

In a week which saw the murder of the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, the lorry attack which killed shoppers at a Berlin Christmas market and a shooting at a Zurich mosque, Senior Vice President Richard Verber said: “We are sickened at the appalling violence which we have witnessed across Europe. We send deepest condolences to the families of those killed and our best wishes go out to the injured. We wish for a happier, more peaceful 2017.”

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