6 Ugly Signs of Resurgent Worldwide Antisemitism
4. Belgium: Doctor refuses to treat Jewish patient
Far from Gaza, in Belgium on July 30, the son of Bertha Klein, a 90-year-old Jewish woman, called a medical helpline for his mother, who had fractured a rib. Determining that the caller and his mother were Jewish, the doctor shouted: “I will not come! Send her to Gaza for a few hours, then she will not feel pain anymore.”
Michael Freilich, the editor of Belgium’s Jewish News, noted that this was not an isolated event:
This is yet another incident in succession in a short period of time. A shop in Antwerp refused a woman to serve because she was Jewish, a cafe in Liege has a sign hung with the message "Dogs are welcome, Jews are not," and in Brussels slogans like "Death to the Jews" were chanted during a demonstration. And on Facebook, we see calls every day of hatred against the Jewish people.