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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
PM Netanyahu Statement on Passing of US Senator (D-Hawaii) Daniel K. Inouye

PM Netanyahu's Statement on the Passing of US Senator (D-Hawaii) Daniel K.
Inouye

(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Tuesday, 18 December 2012), issued
the following statement on the passing of US Senator (D-Hawaii) Daniel K.
Inouye
http://www.inouye.senate.gov/news/press-releases/statement-on-the-passing-of-senator-daniel-k-inouye

"On behalf of the people of Israel, I wish to express my deepest condolences
on the passing of Senator Daniel Inouye.

I was proud to call Senator Inouye a friend. He was a humble man with a
towering spirit, whose exemplary bravery on the battlefield during World War
II was followed by an exemplary life dedicated to serving his country and
defending its most cherished values.

Since the establishment of the State of Israel, our country has been blessed
to have had the unwavering support of outstanding American leaders who were
dedicated to strengthening the security of Israel and to deepening the
unique and powerful alliance between Israel and the United States.

But even among these leaders, the contributions of Senator Inouye stand out.
His friendship to the Jewish people knew no bounds, and he worked tirelessly
throughout his public life to safeguard the one and only Jewish state.

The people of Israel will forever owe him a profound debt of gratitude.

My thoughts and prayers are with Senator Inouye’s family at this difficult
time."

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