Jews and Israelis were specifically targeted in the Islamic State suicide bombing on the Brussels airport in March 2016, report says.
An operator in Belgium’s federal hotline on the terrorist attacks in Brussels told a Jewish caller that Israel does not exist and is in fact called Palestine.
In the wake of last week’s terror attack in Brussels, Belgians transformed a central square in the capital into an impromptu memorial for the victims.
A Belgian Jew whose leg was amputated in a suicide bombing at Brussels’ main airport said he would immigrate to Israel.
Mourad Laachraoui, brother of terrorist Najim Laachraoui, who blew himself up in Brussels airport on Tuesday, is a medal-winning sportsman who won the Israeli Open Taekwondo Championship in Ramle in September.
The hundreds of rifle-toting police and soldiers who patrol Isaac Michaeli’s neighborhood have done little to improve his sense of safety.
Moving from Israel to Brussels at age six saved Lior Zaltzman from a childhood filled with terrorism. Now, her safe haven is no longer safe — but its multicultural message is more relevant than ever.
Belgium’s chief prosecutor named two brothers on Wednesday as Islamic State suicide bombers who killed at least 31 people in the most deadly attacks in Brussels’ history but said another key suspect was on the run.
Following terrorist attacks in Brussels, the crisis management center of the Jewish community of Antwerp urged locals not to wear masks on Purim.
The images out of Belgium in the aftermath of Tuesday’s twin terror bombings have become all too familiar. And once more, from Paris to New York, London, and Tel Aviv, we’re all that much more on edge. Here are 10 images from the photographers at Getty that reveal the deadly drama of the day.