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UK’s Cleverly takes shelter as siren goes off during Israel visit

Video clip posted on social media by the Israeli foreign ministry showed

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British foreign minister James Cleverly took shelter as a siren went off during his visit to Israel on Wednesday, a video clip posted on social media by the Israeli foreign ministry showed.

Cleverly, who is visiting Israel to show solidarity following attacks by the Palestinian militant group Hamas, could be seen running into a building in Ofakim in southern Israel.

A siren, which the ministry said warned of incoming Hamas rocket fire, rang out in the background.

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“Today I’ve seen a glimpse of what millions experience every day. The threat of Hamas rockets lingers over every Israeli man, woman, and child,” Cleverly said in a post on social media.

“This is why we are standing shoulder to shoulder with Israel.”

A British Foreign Office spokesperson said Cleverly met survivors of the attacks and senior Israeli leaders to outline Britain’s support for Israel’s right to defend itself.

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