MembersSolidarity With Egyptian Christians

As a sign of solidarity with and compassion for the Egyptian people, Tel Aviv City Hall was illuminated in the colors of the Egyptian national flag.

By Israel Today Staff |
Photo: Tel Aviv Municipality

The day before, ISIS jihadists had attacked a bus full of Copts (native Egyptian Christians) in the the Sinai Peninsula, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) south of Cairo. Twenty-nine Christians were killed, including many children. More than three million Arabs across the Middle East witnessed Tel Aviv’s act of solidarity in a post to the Arabic-language Facebook page of the Israel Foreign Ministry. The post received 7,500 positive reactions, 54,000 Likes and 10,000 shares in just 24 hours. “Terror does not distinguish,...

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