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Two Israelis Among Brussels Victims

Brussels Jewish Museum

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A couple from Tel Aviv in their 50s, were among those killed at the Brussels Jewish Museum on Saturday.

As they weren’t carrying identification on them at the time, it took time to identify them.

The third victim was a female museum volunteer.

The fourth victim, was not killed and still hospitalized and seriously wounded, is a 23 year old museum employee.

The Belgium police no longer have any suspects in custody. The person they initially arrested is now considered a witness.

Police believe the shooter was driven to the museum by an accomplice in an Audi car.

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20 Responses to “Two Israelis Among Brussels Victims”

  1. Brussels is hub of Muslim fanatics from porkistan,kill them all.

  2. Adriana Emma says:

    poor them… and the others killed, too

  3. These are turbulent times. So tragic!! Will it ever improve?

  4. Baruch Dayan HaEmet

  5. I wish I could stop Iran in any way

  6. Henny Kono says:

    Terroists must be hunted down and exterminated! No mercy for killers!

  7. Mandy Jacobs says:

    I wish the families a long life RIP to them and let's hope the other
    Very badly injured gets better very soon X

  8. Retribution for what, anus? These two innocent people ever harm or did anything. Maybe Israel should exact retribution on Germany and nuke them, fool?

  9. Such an incident underscores the critical meaning of today's Euroelections, I clouding for the voters of Greece. They confront a revived extreme right wing insurgency, even neo-Nazis, that threatens to undo the vision of a more united Europe, and its battered Euro currency. May decency and sanity prevail, including in the heretofore moderate Belgium; surely, it does not want to enter the contest for the most anti-Semitic European nation, currently with Greece and Hungary in this dubious distinction! Shame on all whose ignorance makes possible a return of national socialism a mere 70 years after it was trounced by the Allies!

  10. Eurotrash talking out of both sides of their mouths

  11. Even as they "regret" or "condemn" the attack, they hasten to "understand" it

  12. Yechiel Baum says:

    Belgium being very anti-Semetic and anti-Israel does have a suspect although they know who it is and where being hidden so now let Obama suggest to Belgium to pay Israel and the family $20million dollars for the death of Israeli's in Belgium just like eu member of Belium Turkey asked for $20million for the Mamra issue which Turkey arranged for.

  13. This is what happens When the MSM always distorted the truth about Israel, media all over Europe and Arab countries being biased against Israel and antisemit and the world out there is silent.

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