Brussels Jewish Museum Deaths Rise to 4


bruseels-museum-shootingOn Shabbos, a shooting at the Brussels Jewish Museum left four people dead: an Israeli couple, a museum employee, and a volunteer. The gunman escaped and is still at large after a driver waiting for him in an Audi sped off before police could track him down.

Just a few hours later, two Jewish men were assaulted as they walked towards their shuls in suburban Paris.

According to a recent global survey by the Anti-Defamation League, 27 percent of Belgians hold notably anti-Semitic views. A study last week also showed that 74 percent of French Jews want to leave the country, with a significant portion fearing anti-Semitism. The European Jewish Congress has been pushing for countries to devote greater security resources to Jewish communities after the 2012 attack on a Jewish school in Toulouse, France that left four people dead. Read more.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. Now is the time to come to Eretz Yisroel! What are you waiting for? Moshiach is already doing his work!!! We need to understand that Hashem wants to bring all his children to the land he promised to us so we can serve Him forever!!

  2. While not the most Shabbosdige activity, if they charge no money, it sure provides a good tourist attraction for Frai Yidden to attend rather than going to ..say… the Antwerp Diamond exchange.


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