(Belgian Federal Police/Associated Press)

(Belgian Federal Police/Associated Press)

 

 

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“Two of the four victims killed in Saturday’s shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels were Israeli tourists. Emanuel and Miriam Riva, a couple from Tel Aviv in their 50’s, leave behind two teenaged daughters. The other victims were a French woman in her 60’s, and a 24-year-old Belgian man who was critically injured in the shooting, and died of his wounds on Sunday. At least a dozen people were wounded in the attack. Belgian authorities continue to search for the attacker, believed to be a lone suspect, the man who arrived in a black Audi and opened fire on museum visitors. The authorities released photos of the suspect and called on the public for assistance. The attack is assumed to have been an anti-Semitic hate crime. Members of Belgium’s Jewish community demonstrated in front of the museum and called on the Belgian government to take action to stem growing anti-Semitism in their country. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that the murder in Brussels was the result of constant incitement against the State of Israel by elements in the Middle East and Europe.”    by Israels Channel 2

AMP takes ADs against Israel

 

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source for Ukraine synagogue quotes: http://pamelageller.com/2014/04/ukraine-synagogue-bombed-video.html/

 

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