Friday’s edition of the British Daily Telegraph newspaper will feature a picture posted by the Israeli government of a baby murdered by Hamas terrorists.

The harrowing photo will appear on page 3 of the newspaper, and its front page features the text that accompanied the Israeli government’s tweet of the photo.

“This is the most difficult image we’ve ever posted. As we are writing this we are shaking. We went back and forth about posting this, but we need each and every one of you to know. This happened.”

The Telegraph posted a preview of its front page on Thursday night:

The photo was also published on the website of the Telegraph, which blurred the image and required readers to click on the image on order to see the photo.

According to the Telegraph, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu showed the image of the baby to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who visited Israel on Thursday.

Blinken told a press conference, “Images are worth one thousand words, these images may be worth a million. It’s hard to find the right words, it’s beyond what anyone would ever want to imagine, much less actually see and God forbid experience.”

“A baby, and infants riddled with bullets ... Soldiers beheaded, young people burned alive in their cars. I could go on but it’s simply depravity in the worst imaginable way, it almost defies comprehension and in the most immediate future harkens back to ISIS and some of the things we saw when it was on its rampage, which thankfully was stopped,” continued the Secretary of State.