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.
The three principal organisations of Belgian Jewry called on the country’s railways service, NMBS-SNCB, to mount a thorough investigation into the role of the railways in the deportation of Jews to Nazi death camps.
The Coordinating Committee of Belgian Jewish Organisations (CCOJB) welcomes the adoption of a resolution by the Belgian Senate on combatting antisemitism.
CCOJB President Yohan Benizri was appointed Vice-President of the EJC at a meeting of the Executive Committee held in Vienna on 21 November 2018.