Saturday, May 24, 2014

Four Killed in Brussels Jewish Museum Shooting; Suspect Arrested in Apparent Anti-Semitic Attack

In what appears to be an act of anti-Semitism, two men and a woman were killed in a shooting at the Brussels Jewish Museum today (May 24, 2014). A fourth person who was seriously injured died of his wounds, the Jewish Press website reports.

Twelve people were treated for shock as a result of the shooting.

Belgium's interior minister told Belgian TV that the attack was probably anti-Semitic. A suspect has been arrested, and police are looking for a second suspect.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the attack was the result of the unending incitement against Jews and the state of Israel, in Europe.

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