Deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum of Belgium – (ingles/español)

3 dead in shooting at Jewish Museum of Belgium

 

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/05/24/world/europe/belgium-jewish-museum-shooting/

 

President Ronald Lauder reacted with shock and horror to the deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels on Saturday.

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World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Ronald S. Lauder reacted with shock and horror to the deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels on Saturday. Three people were reportedly killed and one gravely wounded by a gunman who arrived in a car, ran into the museum and fired at various people. While the identity of the victims has not been revealed yet, Lauder condemned the attack and called it “a heinous act of terror clearly was targeted at Jews.”

“Two years after Toulouse, and on the eve of the European elections, this despicable attack is yet another terrible reminder of the kind of threats Europe’s Jews are currently facing. It is therefore of critical importance that the authorities in Belgium do everything to bring the perpetrators to justice as fast as possible, and that they ensure that in the future adequate protection is given to sensitive sites,” Lauder declared.
The international Jewish community expected that everything will be done in Belgium and Europe to prevent further such attacks from happening, he added, urging European leaders to deal with this issue as a matter of priority in the coming weeks.
“Today, the entire Jewish world mourns the innocent victims who lost their lives in this horrible attack. Tomorrow, we must all work together to ensure that this doesn’t happen again. If that means to improve security at Jewish sites in Europe, we have no choice. It must be done. If not, more people may be able to carry out such terrible crimes,” the WJC president stated.

Atentado/Bélgica. Repudio de la Comunidad Judía Argentina

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Itongadol/AJN.- El vicepresidente de la DAIA, Waldo Wolff expresó su enérgico repudio por el atentado al Museo Judío en Bruselas, Bélgica donde tres personas perdieron la vida. “Es un día de luto para el pueblo judío y un día más de luto para la civilización”, aseguró esta noche a la Agencia Judía de Noticias.

“No se hasta cuando los judíos tendremos que soportar ataques por muestra condición y cuando el mundo se dará cuenta quienes son los agredidos y quienes son los agresores”.
Al menos tres personas murieron baleadas en el Museo Judío en Bruselas, Bélgica hoy sábado, informaron las autoridades policiales. El Museo Judío de Bruselas se ubica en los alrededores de la popular plaza del Sablon. El diario La Libre Belgique dijo que todo apunta a un atentado antisemita.
Por su parte el presidente del Congreso Judío Mundial, Ronald Lauder reaccionó con estupor por el tiroteo contra en el Museo Judío y lo calificó de “ataque despreciable”.
Finalmente Wolff expresó su molestia por la situación de las instituciones judías: “Nos preguntamos hasta cuando el mundo va a premitir los muros de la vergüenza, no hay ningún otro colectivo que sufra en sus instituciones civiles como nos ocurre a nosotros, esto no se pude tolerar más, sería bueno no acostumbrarnos a ver instituciones custodiadas”.
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