On Friday, September 29, a few hours before the onset of the day of judgment (Yom Kippur), in the centre of Copenhagen were concentrated large forces of army and police to protect synagogues and the Israeli Embassy. For the first time since the Second world war, soldiers guarding Jewish targets in the Danish capital, reports the Times of Israel.
Presumably, the soldiers will guard the synagogue and the Israeli Embassy to March 2018. At the same time the police will continue to protect the Jewish Museum and a Jewish school.
Recall, February 14, 2015 the terrorist Omar al-Hussein fired at the cafe, which held a conference on freedom of speech. The attack killed film Director Finn Norgaard.
Later in the centre of Copenhagen, Omar al-Hussein fired at people near the synagogue of Krystalgade. Killed a synagogue guard Dan Uzen; two policemen were wounded.
The assailant managed to escape, but he was later killed in a shootout with the police at the train station Nørrebro in Copenhagen.
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