En sort Audi med to personer trækker op ved det jødiske museum, der skydes og de flygter hurtigt. Forbipasserende kunne notere nummerpladen.Indenrigsminister Joëlle Milquet siger, at “der højst sandsynligt er tale om et antisemitisk terrorangreb.”
Kl. 18.02 er mistænkte anholdt. Søndag er han løsladt igen. For at vi ikke skal være henvist til selv nok så kvalificeret sandsynlighedberegning, vil jeg forsøge at finde ud af, hvem det er. Indtil da kan man se den selvpålagte uvidenhed florere i Poltiken-segmentet og den Twittrende klasse af EU-ansatte i Bryssel, der er “chockerede over at sådan noget kan ske i det 21. århundrede.” De har en kort hukommelse. “Hvad skete der var forudsigeligt” siger Joël Rubinfeld, formanden for den belgiske liga mod Antisemitisme.
Three people were killed and one person was in critical condition following a shootout near the Brussels Jewish Museum on Saturday. It is yet unclear where exactly the event took place but according to Radio Télévision Belge Francophone, the shootout occurred inside the museum.
“A person wearing a backpack was seen opening fire before fleeing,” RTBF reported .Twelve people were being treated for shock, according to local sources.Police and emergency services were at the site, which was blocked off in the Belgian capital. Three people shot dead in ‘anti-Semitic attack’ at the Jewish Museum in Brussels after a man with a backpack who opened fire then fled (Fusillade au Musée juif de Bruxelles : un suspect interpellé (4 morts) Anti-terror expert: Brussels museum attack follows Toulouse pattern
Two Jewish men attacked, badly hurt outside Paris synagogue
Brothers hospitalized in serious condition after brutal assault in suburb of Creteil; attackers fled on foot and bicycle. Two Jewish men were assaulted Saturday night outside a synagogue in Créteil, a Paris suburb.According to Paris police, the two men, who are brothers, were attacked by two other men, one of whom fled on foot and the other on a bicycle.
The two men, who were reportedly beaten with brass knuckles, suffered multiple contusions and were hospitalized and listed in serious but not life-threatening condition. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, who noted the victims were “of the Jewish faith,” condemned the attack with “utmost severity” on Sunday. TOI, Agression de Créteil : le chef de l’Etat appelle à la mobilisation contre l’antisémitisme