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Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that Russian President Vladimir Putin has apologised for foreign minister Sergei Lavrov's remarks that Adolf Hitler had 'Jewish blood' in a recent interview with Italian media.
Moscow has accused Israel of supporting 'the neo-Nazi regime in Kyiv,' doubling down on an allegation from the Russian foreign minister that Adolf Hitler may have 'had Jewish blood' which sparked international outrage.
In some of the harshest remarks since the start of the war in Ukraine, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid called Lavrov's statement “unforgivable and scandalous and a horrible historical error.”
In an interview with Italian media on Sunday, Russia foreign minister Sergei Lavrov suggested that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler had 'Jewish blood', angering his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid
Israel's participation suggests it is possibly turning against Russia and considering departing further from its focus on providing Ukraine with only humanitarian assistance.
Israel will re-open its only crossing from Gaza for workers two days after closing it, the defence ministry said Monday, following a lull in rocket fire from the Palestinian enclave.
Hundreds of pro-Palestine supporters took to the streets of London on Friday to protest Israeli actions in occupied East Jerusalem, including its recent raids on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
A spokesman for the extremist group said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was an ‘opportunity’ for its supporters to carry out terrorist attacks in Europe and Israel as 'the crusaders are fighting each other'.