French jihadist Mehdi Nemrouche, who shot his victims in less than 90 seconds with a handgun and a Kalashnikov rifle back in May 2014, was convicted of “terrorist murder.”
Brussels Airlines has stopped serving Israeli-made halva on flights after a complaint was launched by a Palestinian activist.
The German government told its citizens on Wednesday to stockpile at least a week’s worth of food and water in case of a serious attack or catastrophe.
Dozens were killed and nearly 150 wounded in a shooting and suicide bombing attack on Istanbul’s Atatürk international airport on Tuesday night.
“This is a goal that we have worked on for many years,” Netanyahu said.
Hundreds of jihadists are “planning to strike Western targets on European soil,” Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon told his Polish counterpart.
Palestinian Authority (PA) representatives have pointed a finger in another direction entirely, blaming Israel for the Brussels attacks.
Mourad Laachraoui, brother of one of the Brussels bombers, was in Israel late last year, where he won a taekwondo championship.
Brussels was hit by a terrifying two-pronged terror attack on Tuesday morning which killed up to 30 people and wounded 40 others, including one Israeli.
Four French reporters, held captive by ISIS in Syria and recently freed, identified suspected Brussels Jewish Museum shooter Mehdi Nemmouche as one of their captors.