The jewish Museum of Belgium (MJB) was commemorated on Sunday, in the presence of the chief Rabbi of Belgium, Albert Lase, the attack that claimed the lives of four people, 6 years ago. The ceremony took place in the small circle due to the crisis of the sars coronavirus.
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The commemoration ceremony took place in the courtyard of the jewish Museum of Belgium, where the plaque in memory of the four victims of the attack. A dozen people attended the ceremony. Philippe Blondin, president of the museum, was the first to take the floor. He spoke of the educational role of the jewish Museum, a place where no topic or discussion is avoided, and where students are free to ask questions.Date Of Update: 24 May 2020, 12:35