No packed suitcases, but definitely fear in Belgium
Though Jews in Europe are used to the need to be careful, and perhaps also for the need to leave. Brussels shooting may just push them over the edge.
BRUSSELS – Belgium is a very open country, to everyone. Since its founding in 1830, many people have found a home and shelter here, including Alexandre Dumas, Albert Einstein, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels; the latter two even wrote the “Communist Manifesto” there. It’s also a permanent transit country with deep Jewish ties: 2 million migrants from all over Europe...
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