At local memorial for the victims, Muslim man rants against Israel and shouts ‘Palestine’ as he stepped on flags & candles in an effort to reach an Israeli flag that was located near the center of the memorial site, but the locals were having none of it.
By Gil Ronen
In Belgium, a Muslim man disrupted a memorial for the victims of last week’s massacre in Brussels Sunday, but he was promptly knocked down by a local man, and led away by police. The incident was captured on a Facebook video embedded above.
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ENFIN UNE RÉACTION: Bruxelles 27.3.2016, lieu de recueillement.
WATCH Bill Maher, “I wonder now that Europe has been attacked 4 times now in a little over a year …Maybe Europe will have a little more sympathy for what Israel goes through.”
By JPOST.COM STAFF
American media personality Bill Maher thinks that maybe after the attacks in Brussels that killed 31 on Tuesday, Europe will have more sympathy for Israel. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks at the Brussels airport and at a metro station in the city.
Maher made the remarks on Friday on his HBO show Real Time.
“Europe has been real assholes about Israel. Continue Reading »
Fatah Revolutionary Council member Muwaffaq Matar as well as Palestinian Authority (PA) Security Forces Spokesman Adnan Al-Damiri have both pointed fingers at Israel explaining why the Jewish State was behind the European terrorist attacks.
By Shoshana Miskin
Although the Islamic State (ISIS) jihadist group announced that they orchestrated the terror attacks in Brussels last week, Palestinian Authority (PA) Security Forces Spokesman Adnan Al-Damiri has suggested that Israel was in fact behind the attacks.
According to the Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), Al-Damiri questioned whether the attacks by ISIS were just “a coincidence” in light of European support for “Palestine” and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Continue Reading »
Three examples of the anti-Israel obsession captured at memorial for Brussels victims, including French TV’s live broadcast of woman wearing hijab seen tearing up Israeli flag placed there in solidarity, then hiding it.
By Itamar Eichner
A pro-Palestinian activist on Wednesday removed and tore up an Israeli flag placed at Place de la Bourse Square in Brussels in solidarity with the victims of the terror attack in the Belgian capital while French TV channel RTL was broadcasting live from the square.
The French network was broadcasting one of the spontaneous memorial services at the scene of the attack when a woman wearing a hijab was seen on camera removing the flag from among the flags of other countries, crumpling it, and tearing it up. Continue Reading »
Following the Islamic terrorist attacks Belgian police requested that the Jewish community cancel their Purim celebrations due to the police’s fear of additional terrorists in the area, and their inability to protect the Jewish community.
By Kobi Nachshoni
Following the attacks at the airport and subway station in Brussels Tuesday morning, the Jewish community has cancelled its Purim celebrations at the behest of the police.
Brussels metro bombing
Over a thousand members of the Jewish community were supposed to attend the megillah reading (reading of the Book of Esther – ed.) at the Great Synagogue of Europe followed by a performance by the Gat Brothers who arrived from Israel for the occasion. Continue Reading »
After Saturday evening’s Brussels Attack when 4 Jews were shot dead, 2 Jews were attacked leaving a synagogue outside Paris.
French police ordered to increase security at Jewish establishments after wave of European anti-Semitism.
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France’s interior minister says that two Jewish men have been attacked as they left a synagogue in the Paris area.
French Jews marching in Paris in March 2012.- Photo: Reuters
Bernard Caseneuve ordered police around France to increase security at Jewish houses of worship and other Jewish establishments, according to a statement Sunday.
There were no immediate details on the Saturday night attack on two men leaving the synagogue in Creteil, southeast of Paris.
Closed-circuit security footage of suspect at Jewish Museum attack is released, as Jewish institutions placed on high alert.
By AFP and Arutz Sheva Stafj
A fourth victim was pronounced dead Sunday and Belgium’s Jewish community was placed on high alert as police hunted down a gunman who opened fire at the Brussels Jewish Museum in an attack blamed on growing anti-Semitism.
Gunman firing at victims. (Screenshot)
An Israeli tourist couple and a French woman died from gunshots to the face and neck after a man apparently acting alone fired two successive rounds into the museum on Saturday afternoon before escaping minutes later on foot. Continue Reading »