After the horrific slaughter of the staff of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, much of the world’s attention turned to a kosher supermarket in Paris, where two terrorists reportedly killed four shoppers and held the rest hostage in what French President Francois Hollande called “a terrifying anti-Semitic act.”

Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed via Twitter that he would be flying to Paris Sunday in a show of solidarity.

Earlier in the week, Netanyahu had expressed his condolences in a letter to Hollande.

A personal visit to France is a classy move, which is why it’s so unfortunate that Netanyahu’s detractors can’t let their hatred for him rest.