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Saturday, December 15, 2012
Text: Letters from PM Netanyahu and Pres. Peres to Pres. Obama after Sandy Hook massacre

#1 PM Netanyahu's Letter to US President Obama

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

Following is the text of the letter that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
sent to US President Barack Obama:

"Dear President Obama,

I was shocked and horrified by today's savage massacre of innocent children
and adults at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

We in Israel have experienced such cruel acts of slaughter and we know the
shock and agony they bring.

I want to express my profound grief, and that of all the people in Israel,
to the families that lost their loved ones.

May you and the American people find the strength to overcome this
unspeakable tragedy.

With my deepest condolences,
(Signed)
Benjamin Netanyahu,
Prime Minister of Israel"

#2 President Peres

December 15, 2012

Dear President Obama,

On behalf of the people of Israel, as friends and as parents, we stand with
you today in contemplation and grief over the atrocious, incomprehensible
massacre of 20 children and six adults - educators - at Sandy Hook
Elementary School.

No experience with death can be likened to that of a parentsí loss of their
child. No crime is more heinous than the killing of a child.

Our hearts are with the bereaved families of the victims, the mourning
community in Newtown, Connecticut and the people of the United States of
America. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Shimon Peres
President of the State of Israel

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