"As Jews, we already know the situation and know what terrorists are like," Rabbi Guigui added, reflecting that the attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels was just over a year and a half ago. "Until today the Belgians thought that terrorism threatens only the Jews or the police, [but now they] understand that [any] Belgian can be a terror target. Anyone and everyone can be a victim of jihadists."
Most Belgian Jews are fleeing to Israel, Canada, and America. "People realize there is no future for Jews in Europe," he lamented. "There is also an economic recession that pushes young people to leave Belgium to go to Israel or to go to other places." (READ MORE)