Belgium – A Brussels Jewish kindergarten has lost its insurance after the insurance company refused to renew its policy, deeming the kindergarten high-risk due to possible anti-Semitic attacks.
A spokesperson for the school stated they will try to remain open after Passover by trying to find a company who will provide them with a policy, reports Haaretz (http://bit.ly/1NBBsn3).
The spokesperson continued to say that European governments need to make protecting Jews in their countries a top priority and that not insuring a kindergarten
based only on the fact that its Jewish should sound “alarms” for Europe’s leaders.
The recent high volume of anti-Semitic attacks in Europe has sparked insurance companies to deem Jewish institutions as high risk.
Now we know we can only rely on 1 only insurance.
Did they name the insurance company?
It would be sad but ironic that mosques can get insurance.