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“My heart breaks for those affected by the horrific violence we have seen unfold in Israel. The City Council and I offer our unwavering support and love during this tragedy. We strongly condemn violence of any kind. We mourn the victims of this tragedy and vigilantly hope for peace."
PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Mayor Nann Worel joins Utah leaders and local institutions including the Park City School District, U.S. Congressman John Curtis, and Utah Governor Spencer Cox issuing a statement on the tragic events in Israel.
“My heart breaks for those affected by the horrific violence we have seen unfold in Israel. The City Council and I offer our unwavering support and love during this tragedy. We strongly condemn violence of any kind. We mourn the victims of this tragedy and vigilantly hope for peace. – Mayor Nann Worel”
Worel went on to say “We hope our collective statements provide some measure of solace during this time.”
Park City School District.
“The Park City School District and its Board of Education have watched the unfolding of the horrific terrorist attack by Hamas on Israeli citizens. We unequivocally condemn the terrorist attack and stand united against anti-semitism and hate speech at any level. While this attack affects all of us, we recognize that it is devastatingly personal to our Jewish community. Our thoughts are with all of you.”
Congressman John Curtis
“As your representative, I have joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers in introducing a resolution that unequivocally declares Congress’s solidarity with Israel as it confronts the brutal war instigated by Hamas and other terrorists.”
“I acknowledge that within the Jewish community, there are diverse perspectives on Israeli politics and this conflict. The Palestinian people have endured great suffering under the rule of Hamas, a group elected in 2007. For lasting peace, a united effort is needed to remove Hamas from the equation.”
Gov. Spencer Cox
“Like all of you, I was horrified when I learned of the depraved terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas against innocent women and children and men. The largest massacre of Jews since the holocaust. As the videos and pictures came through, we all saw unspeakable horrors.”
“And yet, we must speak them or risk repeating history again.”
“Women murdered and their bodies dragged through the streets. Dancers celebrating peace gunned down execution style. Families kidnapped and tortured. Human beings burned alive. Babies beheaded.”
“Evil exists. Hamas is evil. We must say it. And we must defeat it.”