Netanyahu updated on suspected terror shooting while at Rome synagogue

Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks in Rome’s Spanish Synagogue on March 9, 2023. (Lazar Berman/Times of Israel)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks in Rome’s Spanish Synagogue on March 9, 2023. (Lazar Berman/Times of Israel)

ROME — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is currently on an official trip to Italy, is updated on the suspected terror attack while sitting in a Rome synagogue.

Military secretary Avi Gil whispers in Netanyahu’s ears as they sit together at the Spanish Synagogue in Rome, shortly after the prime minister addressed a group of gathered Italian Jews.

Netanyahu can then be seen giving quiet instruction to his chief of staff, Tzachi Braverman.

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