At Least Two Dead in Synagogue Shooting in Halle, Germany During Yom Kippur

Mohammedans really hate it when Jews celebrate their holy days. 

Earlier in the day, the local police said that the attack left two people killed. According to the Bild newspaper, a hand grenade was also thrown at a Jewish cemetery.

Two people were killed after shots fired near a synagogue on Wednesday afternoon in Halle, Germany, according to the media outlet Bild.

German police said that one person has been detained after the shooting in Halle.

​​The perpetrators are said to have fired several shots with a submachine gun, shot a woman and injured several people. The shooters are said to be on the run and heading in the direction of Leipzig, according to the Bild.

Deutsche Bahn closed the train station in Halle in connection with the shooting at the city synagogue, the company said on Twitter.

One thought on “At Least Two Dead in Synagogue Shooting in Halle, Germany During Yom Kippur”

  1. This looks to me like a case for the caped Super Hero. C’mon Jacinda! Your constituency needs your best ‘concerned face’ and your boundless (if just-a-bit selective) compassion – cos everyone knows that any terrorist attack by Muslims will always result in Muslims everywhere being fearful of discrimination and blowback. Quick Jacinda. Somewhere there must be a Muslim community, trembling in fear, and in dire need of a kaffur protector like you.

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