Police said the attacker, 36, was from the former Yugoslavia and mentally ill.
"We are not using the words 'rampage' or 'terror,' said the federal police spokesperson.
Israel defeated the Netherlands 4-2 in its final game of the first round this week.
Swiss lawmakers send about one million Swiss francs each year to an anti-Israel umbrella organization in Ramallah.
Two Australian F-35A stealth fighter jets are unable to fly safely in thunder and lightning, according to the Royal Australian Air Force.
'There is absolutely no reason to allow ourselves to be reproached over this,' a German government spokesman said.
The Dutch national security agency said the Rotterdam mayor had not, as he claimed, been in touch about the Hamas conference.
In addition to his political career, Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva was probably a slave trader, and the first Spanish person to cross the lower Rio Grande into Texas from Mexico.
After the attack, the head of the Jewish community in Marseille was widely criticized for telling Jews in his city not to display their yarmulkes in public.
Sainte Gilles Mayor Charles Picque said the driver was a "radicalized man." He was detained after police found the gas canisters in his car.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said he would like the commission to recommend how to educate children about human rights violations under totalitarian regimes.
The ISA views the departure of Israelis to Syria and Iraq as a very dangerous phenomenon.
"I call on the government to urgently prepare... a national emergency plan for possible waves of immigration of our Jewish brothers to Israel."
'This is the way to respect international law as well as the security of Israel.'
The Federal Republic of Germany will recognize Prof. Ben-Sasson's commitment to German-Israeli relations
His lecture at the symposium was titled Writing on the Dark Side of the Recent Past.
The driver, wielding a knife, tried to escape but was intercepted by police and shot.
When they saw they were wearing yarmulkes they drove ahead, blocked their car's path and attacked the brothers using blunt instruments.
'The fraternal and institutional dialogue between Jews and Christians is now well-established and effective, made so by encounters that are ongoing and collaborative.'
'We prayed Shacharit so well that the walls of the synagogue were shaking,' Rabbi Mendel Cohen, jokes wearily.