Four people were killed today after a gunman opened fire in a Brussels Museum.
One person has been arrestedÂ and police are looking for a second suspect.
Israeli Prime Minister blamed the attack on a anti-Israel attitudes and “constant incitement against Jews” in Europe. Â The Times of IsraelÂ reported: (GWP)
BRUSSELS (AP) â€” At least three people were killed and one seriously injured in a spree of gunfire at the Jewish Museum in Brussels on Saturday, officials said.
Two women and one man are dead, a third person is in hospital,” Interior Minister Joelle Milquet said at the scene. “We don’t yet know if they were tourists or staff, they haven’t been identified.”
Euronews has as its leading stories the following (all but one have to do, in some way, with Muslims):
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- 14:23 CETÂ Pope launches Holy Land visit with Syria peace appeal
- 13:53 CETÂ Malawi president orders election re-run, will not be candidate
- 13:47 CETÂ Seven militants die in battle with Russian forces in North Caucasus
- 13:40 CETÂ Blasts hit heart of Pakistani capital, one killed – police
- 12:51 CETÂ Al Qaeda gunmen storm Yemeni city, 30 people killed
- 12:31 CETÂ French troops battle Muslim rebels in Central African Republic town
- 12:30 CETÂ Al Shabaab militants attack Somali parliament, four dead
- 12:11 CETÂ Turkish PM’s aide who kicked protester sacked – official
Ivan Rioufol asks where are the Muslims who will denounce the treatment of Meriam, sentenced to death in Sudan for marrying a Christian, though she has said she was raised as a Christian herself, and refuses to consider herself a Muslim just because her father, long absent, was Muslim And he considers the testimony of two people — Hamid Zanaz and Malika Sorel — who, raised as Muslims in France, and having clearly rejected its tenets, are themselves horrified at the way the elites of France have chosen to ignore the steady encroachments of Islam, its aggressive adherents always ready to demand more accommodation, and changes to Western, non-Muslim societies, unless they are firmly rebuffed, and more than rebuffed. And thatÂ has not happened.
The article, and many interesting comments,Â here.