"We live in a world in which the person who dares and innovates – wins. Jewish history and French history abound with daring and innovations."
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb praised the police response: "My first thoughts are for the victims in this odious attack."
With less than an hour to go, rumors about who said what and what would happen in either case, flew thick and fast.
The prime minister "spoke ... with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of the exposure of the documents on the Iranian plan to achieve nuclear weapons."
"This is a low-level ethnic cleansing in the country of Emile Zola and Clemenceau," the signatories proclaimed.
A Russian diplomat accused the Allied forces of hampering the OPCW investigation of the bombed sites, by obliterating potential evidence of illegal chemicals.
"The United States, France and the United Kingdom demonstrated that their commitment is not limited to proclamations of principle."
Incoming US National Security Adviser John Bolton coordinated over the phone with Israeli National Security Advisor Meir Ben Shabbat prior to the attack.
“I hope the ambassador has chosen his words very carefully because what he’s actually saying is, if the U.S. and allies decide to strike ... they are going to try and sink ships, sink submarines and shoot aircraft out of the sky."
A US Navy battle group led by the USS Harry Truman nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is on its way to the Middle East, with a guided missile cruiser and four naval destroyers.
"This only strengthens the fact that this struggle has not ended, and that we will need to continue fighting against antisemitism.” - French FM Jean-Yves Le Drian
“The foremost terrorist-sponsoring regime in the world, in our region and beyond is Iran.”
"Our country has suffered an Islamist terrorist attack," French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday.
The Shabak suspects that the smuggling network included nine individuals who smuggled some 70 pistols and assault rifles from the Erez crossing to Arabs in Judea and Samaria.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted, "US & Europeans should stop pouring hundreds of billions of dollars of weapons into our region instead of questioning Iran’s missiles."
David Goldblatt often says that photography is not a weapon, and that it should have nothing to do with propaganda, even in a good cause.
French police are investigating the possibility of an anti-Semitic attack, or a quarrel with a neighbor.
The mayor argued in court that he had named a street after late Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin "in the same neighborhood."
The celebrants were accompanied by rabbis from their respective Jewish communities and a native speaker of their language was attached to each group.
Le Drian walked on eggshells regarding Turkey's offensive against the Kurdish militia in northern Syria, because of the arrest of "a few hundred " French-national jihadists who had been captured by the Kurds.
The child was walking to a tutor when two teens approximately 15 years old knocked him to the ground and "struck him multiple times," police said.
“Anti-Semitism is not only a Jewish problem, it concerns all European citizens. Extremist ideologies start by threatening Jews, but are in fact a challenge to society as a whole."
On Friday forecasters in Israel are predicting thunderstorms and hail from the north to the northern Negev, with more snow at Mount Hermon.
After Trump signed the waiver Friday, Iran deal critics in both the Senate and the House called for language that applies to all missiles.
The schoolgirl tried to get a view of her attacker, but he ran away. "She could not give a report," a police source said.