“It is a war that is waged by the international jihad against the rest of the world,” told Bernard-Henri Lévy to the Jewish community of London.
“I am sure without Brussels I wouldn't have tried to pay homage to 31 victims of barbaric acts.
He told a packed synagogue in west London that he had spoken to friends of his in Brussels earlier that evening. “I had the feeling I was talking to women and men who were in a city in a state of siege. They felt threatened in their mind and life.
“I would like to tell the inhabitants of Brussels, as was the case in London and Paris, we have to be stronger than the terrorists”... Read more