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May 27, 2014 12:12 am

European Rabbis Call for Tougher Stance Against Anti-Semitism

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The scene of the shooting at the Jewish Museum of Brussels. Photo: Screenshot.

Ynet – The chief rabbi of Brussels, Albert Gigi, says local police estimates that Saturday’s attack at the Belgian capital’s Jewish museum could have been criminally motivated were not genuine and were only aimed at calming things down on the eve of the Belgian and European Parliament elections.

Four people were killed in the shooting at the museum’s lobby, including a couple from Tel Aviv: Emanuel and Miriam Riva. A third casualty was a French volunteer at the museum, a woman in her 60s.

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  • Eric R.

    Europe will never take a tough stand against Jew-hatred. They imbibe it from their mother’s milk. It is the one ideology that unites Europe regardless of race, religion, nationality or political affiliation.

    Europeans would sooner take a tough stance against soccer than against Jew-hatred.