Copenhagen Synagogue Shooting Victim Remembered on Fourth Anniversary of Attack
Friday marked the fourth anniversary — on the Hebrew calendar — of the ISIS-inspired shooting attack at the Great Synagogue in Copenhagen in which a Jewish volunteer security guard was murdered.
The heads of the Chabad house in the Danish capital, Rabbi Yitzi and Rochel Loewenthal, remembered Dan Uzan, who was 37 at the time of his death, in a Facebook post.
“Today is the fourth Yartziet (Hebrew date of passing) of Dan Uzan,” they wrote. “Dan the Man, you are sorely missed. By your family, friends, community, all of Denmark, and the whole Jewish world.”