Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club
Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom briefed the Cabinet on the responses to the terrorist attack in the international arena and said that they were characterized by sharp condemnations.

Among those who issued condemnations was UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who issued a statement of sharp condemnation that expressed the hope that the terrorist attack would not be allowed to hurt the positive steps that have been taken recently by both sides. Also issuing condemnations were US Secretary of State Dr. Condoleeza Rice and EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana, who called on the Palestinian Authority (PA) to condemn the attack without reservation.

The German, British, Italian and Russian foreign ministers also referred to the attack; all of them condemned it and said that the Palestinian leadership must continue its efforts to prevent terrorism and violence.  Foreign Minister Shalom also detailed the responses to the attack in the Arab world.


  • Yitzhak (Itzik) Buzaglo, 40, of Mishmar Hayarden
  • Aryeh (Arik) Nagar, 37, of Kfar Sava
  • Yael Orbach, 28, of Rehovot
  • Ronen Reuvenov, 30, of Tel Aviv
  • ​Odelia Hubara, 26, of Jerusalem died of her wounds on  Feb 28, bringing the death toll to five.
 Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club
Yitzhak (Itzik) Buzaglo
 Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club
Aryeh (Arik) Nagar
 Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club

Yael Orbach

 Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club
Ronen Reuvenov
 Suicide bombing at Tel Aviv Stage Club

Odelia Hubara