Bless their souls.
500 remember Jewish Museum attack victims
On 24 May 2014 the French Islamist terrorist Mehdi Nemmouche shot two visitors to the museum and two members of staff. Three of those shot died at the scene a fourth victim died several days later in hospital.
Six days after the shooting, Mehdi Nemmouche was detained in the southern French city of Marseille. He was later extradited from France to Belgium where he has been charged with “murder in a terrorist context”.
A second man suspected of involvement in the attack has also been detained. A third suspect is still being sought by police.
The Jewish Organisations of Belgium’s Coordination Committee organised the civil ceremony with speeches from the Mayor of Brussels Yvan Mayeur (Francophone socialist) and the Committee’s Chairman Serge Rozen.
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