Attending a prayer service at Finchley United Synagogue in north London on Monday, the prime minister condemned the “barbaric acts” dedicated by Hamas.
He stated: “Maybe above all, I wished to return right here tonight to face with you in solidarity in Israel’s hour of want.
“Because the prime minister of this nation, I’m unequivocal. The individuals who help Hamas are absolutely liable for this appalling assault.
“They don’t seem to be militants. They don’t seem to be freedom fighters. They’re terrorists.
“Their barbaric acts, are acts of evil. There isn’t a different phrase to explain what we’ve got seen.
“Youngsters at a pageant of peace gunned down in chilly blood.
“Harmless males, ladies and kids kidnapped, raped, slaughtered even a Holocaust survivor taken away as a captive. And far of the sickening proof posted on-line.
“There will not be two sides to those occasions. There isn’t a query of stability.
“I stand with Israel. We stand with Israel. The UK stands with Israel towards this terrorism right this moment, tomorrow, and all the time.”
Israel formally declared battle on Sunday, with prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu declaring a day later that his nation’s offensive towards Hamas within the Gaza Strip has “solely began”.
Hamas claims it launched its assault in response to the many years of violence confronted from the Israeli authorities.
The hostilities have up to now have killed round 900 folks in Israel and greater than 680 folks in Gaza, in response to authorities on all sides.
On Monday night, lots of of pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outdoors the Israeli embassy in Kensington, London.
Stories advised fireworks have been let off, flares have been lit and chants of “Israel is a terrorist state”, “Free Palestine” and “Allahu akbar” rang out.
Based on the United Nations, greater than 123,000 Palestinians have fled their properties in Gaza, the place households have been already struggling below a 15-year Israeli blockade.