Israel condemns attack on Jewish museum in Brussels
Posted on May 25 2014 | IANS
Jerusalem, May 25 : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned Sunday killing of three people at the Jewish museum in Brussels Saturday.
"The murder is a result of constant incitement against the State of Israel by certain leaders in the Middle East and Europe," Xinhua quoted Netanyahu as saying before the start of the weekly cabinet meeting.
The attack in Brussels left two women and a man dead, and another man wounded. Two of those killed were an Israeli couple from Tel Aviv who were in Belgium for visit.
The local policemen have arrested a suspect and are currently searching for another suspect.
Israel's President Shimon Peres also called upon European leaders to take action against any form of anti-Semitism.