Two French journalists testified in a Brussels court that Mehdi Nemmouche, who is on trial for the Jewish museum attack, had imprisoned and tortured them in Syria.
A defense lawyer in the trial on the Jewish Museum attack in Brussels alleged that "the murders were not an attack by the Islamic State but a targeted execution by Mossad agents”.
On the opening of a murder trial over the shooting at the Jewish Museum of Belgium, the leader of Belgian Jewry accused the defendant’s lawyers of spreading conspiracy theories.
Jihadist Mehdi Nemmouche appeared in court ahead of his trial for shooting and killing four people at the Jewish museum in Brussels in 2014.
A ban on kosher slaughter has taken effect in the Flemish region of Belgium after a prohibition for salughtering animals that have not been pre-stunned entered into force.
Witnesses are to be confirmed for the Brussels trial of Mehdi Nemmouche, a Frenchman accused of shooting four people dead at the Brussels Jewish Museum in 2014.