TurningWheels

Wednesday, August 27, 2003
 
Solidarity

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg kisses the Western Wall during a visit to Jerusalem's Old City August 26, 2003. Bloomberg is on a solidarity visit to Israel this week, a week after a Palestinian suicide bombing on a Jerusalem bus, and urged it not to talk peace until such violence stopped. 'You can see that America is not letting the terrorists win. We are striking back and that's I think what Israel has always done and what I would urge you to continue to do,' Bloomberg said during a visit to Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital, where wounded from the attack that killed 21 people are being treated. (Flash 90/Reuters)
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg kisses the Western Wall during a
visit to Jerusalem's Old City August 26, 2003. Bloomberg is on a solidarity
visit to Israel this week, a week after a Palestinian suicide bombing on a
Jerusalem bus, and urged it not to talk peace until such violence stopped.
'You can see that America is not letting the terrorists win. We are striking
back and that's I think what Israel has always done and what I would
urge you to continue to do,' Bloomberg said during a visit to Jerusalem's
Hadassah hospital, where wounded from the attack that killed 21 people
are being treated. (Flash 90/Reuters)



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