10 years after

A Decade Later, Brussels Honors Victims of Jewish Museum Attack

Brussels, May 24, 2024 — The Jewish Museum of Belgium held a solemn and poignant ceremony on Friday to mark the tenth anniversary of a terrorist attack that claimed four innocent lives on its premises. The event, conducted on the museum grounds, resonated with an outpouring of solidarity, reflection, and a reaffirmation of the values of tolerance and coexistence. The ceremony honored the memories of Emanuel and Miriam Riva, Dominique Sabrier, and Alexandre Strens.

Dignitaries, survivors, families of the victims, and members of the wider community gathered to remember the fateful day of May 24, 2014. The attack, which reverberated around the world, served as a stark reminder of the pervasive threat of hate and extremism. Yet, the presence of so many on this day was a testament to the enduring spirit of resilience and an unyielding commitment to peace.

The commemoration also saw the significant presence of V-Europe, an organization dedicated to supporting victims of terrorism. Representatives from V-Europe participated in the ceremony, offering their support and solidarity to the families affected by the attack. Their involvement underscored the importance of community and mutual support in the face of such tragedies.

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V-Europe, V-Europe Admin May 27, 2024
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