Visiting the wounded, Herzog hails Israelis’ resilience, heroism and ‘huge heart’

Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter

Visiting the wounded at Beersheba’s Soroka hospital, President Isaac Herzog offers a message of unity to Israelis and a warning to Hamas.

He says that in the hospital rooms he has seen “what Israeli resilience is, what Israeli heroism is.”

Speaking in front of cameras, Herzog says Israelis are showing their core values, “a huge heart, a sense of mission, unity, social cohesion.”

He  assures viewers that even though Hamas is trying undermine Israelis’ sense of security, “no one can beat us.”

“It won’t work for you,” says Herzog, “no way.”

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