Danish police said on Monday they had charged two people with aiding the man suspected of shooting dead two people in attacks on a synagogue and an event promoting free speech in Copenhagen at the weekend.
Volunteer guard Dan Uzan, 37, was trying to protect fellow Jews gathered for a nearby bar mitzvah when he was killed outside Copenhagen’s synagogue.
Denmark’s chief rabbi on Sunday said he was “disappointed” by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call on European Jews to immigrate to Israel, following the double shootings in Copenhagen a day earlier, including one on a synagogue that left a young Jewish guard dead.
Copenhagen police shot dead a gunman suspected of killing a synagogue guard and a man at a free speech event as twin terror attacks rocked the peaceful Scandinavian nation.
One person was killed in a shooting outside a Copenhagen synagogue after another person was killed when a masked gunman sprayed bullets at a nearby venue holding a meeting attended by a Swedish artist threatened with death for his cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.