November 2015 News Archive

  • National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week

    23 Nov 2015 by CST

    Today, Monday 23rd November, marks the beginning of the second national Counter Terrorism Awareness Week. The campaign aims to inform the public about any possible terror threat, gives practical advice about staying safe and how communities can assist the Police and government in tackling extremism and radicalisation.  

  • Jewish teacher stabbed in Marseilles attack by alleged ISIS supporters

    19 Nov 2015 by CST

    Last night a Jewish school teacher was stabbed in Marseilles by three people proclaiming support for Islamic State. The teacher, 57 year old Tzion Saadon, was identifiably Jewish and was wearing a kippah (a Jewish skull cap). It has been reported that the assailants shouted antisemitic abuse and showed a photograph on a mobile phone of Mohammed Merah, the terrorist who killed 4 people at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France in 2012, and who also killed three soldiers in other attacks.  The stabbing last night took place near a school and synagogue complex. The victim is said to not be in a life-threatening condition.  

  • Jewish Security guard Dan Uzan Z”L awarded medal of courage

    3 Nov 2015 by CST

    Dan Uzan Z”L, the Jewish security guard who was brutally murdered, has been awarded a medal of courage at the French Embassy in Copenhagen. Uzan was slain whilst on duty at the Great Synagogue in Copenhagen during a Bar Mitzvah party on early Sunday 15th February 2015 by gunman Omar El-Hussein.