Did soldiers guarding Brussels synagogues have no bullets?
The denial last week by the ministry’s press department came in response to a claim that a senior Brussels rabbi, Menachem Hadad of the Shomre Hadas haredi Orthodox community, made on March 24 following a series of terrorist attacks two days earlier that killed 32 people in the Belgian capital.
“The authorities here, and I won’t speak ill of them, but they have no understanding of security issues – zero,” Hadad said in an interview with Israel’s Army Radio. “For example, for months we had soldiers guarding the Beit Chabad and the synagogue, and we spoke to them and some had no ammunition for their rifles. They had no bullets. It was just a show. It’s not normal.”
Queried by JTA for its reaction to the
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