We join our voices in solidarity with other civic leaders and human rights advocates to unequivocally condemn the senseless, inhumane, and horrific acts of terror committed by Hamas militants against Israel. Without condition, we denounce these barbaric actions with all our might and with the force of our strongest convictions.
In our roles as elected and appointed officials, we offer our support and deepest sympathies to our Jewish friends, families, and neighbors in Beverly, all the innocent victims in Israel and Gaza, and all others affected and now suffering in the wake of Hamas's brutal terrorism. We voice our most fervent desire for peace and security, and for dignity and respect, for all people in this world, and we express our full commitment as local leaders to ensuring Beverly always strives to be a welcoming, safe, inclusive community for all.
Mayor Michael P. Cahill
Julie R. Flowers, City Council President
Brendan S. Sweeney, At-Large City Councilor
Hannah L. Bowen, At-Large City Councilor
Todd C. Rotondo, Ward 1 City Councilor
Estelle Rand, Ward 2 City Councilor
Steven M. Crowley, Ward 3 City Councilor
Scott D. Houseman, Ward 4 City Councilor
Kathleen M. Feldman, Ward 5 City Councilor
Matthew J. St. Hilaire, Ward 6 City Councilor
Members of the Beverly Human Rights Committee