Germany synagogue shooting leaves two dead on Yom Kippur


The attack was the third to target a synagogue in a year, following attacks in the United States on synagogues in Pittsburgh and Poway, California.

Authorities earlier advised people to remain indoors or find a safe place inside. "The whole thing lasted perhaps five to 10 minutes".

German public broadcaster MDR aired a video showing a man wearing a helmet and an olive-colored jacket getting out of a vehicle and firing four shots with a long-barreled gun.

"All the customers next to me ran, of course I did too". About five or six customers were, he said, with him inside and panic broke out. "The man behind me probably died". The others looked for a back exit. I heard another loud bang outside, screaming but I don't know what it was. One of them was killed, he said, and he hid in the toilet.

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The attack triggered a massive influx of police into the city. The video footage allegedly includes anti-Semitic comments in English.

"An attack on a synagogue", she tweeted.

"One patient has gunshot wounds and is now undergoing an operation", Mueller said, declining to give details about the identity of those wounded. They identified him only as Stephan B.

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Police stand near the covered body of a victim as they secure the area in front of the wall of a Jewish cemetery at the site of a shooting in Halle an der Saale, eastern Germany, on October 9.

Federal police also reinforced security at train stations and airports in central Germany and on routes to Poland and the Czech Republic.

Gunshots were also heard in Landsberg, a Halle suburb, Focus Online reported.

Chancellor Angela Merkel's government voiced outrage over the attack on Yom Kippur and urged tougher action against anti-Semitic violence. He then shot several rounds at a woman passerby.

"Yom Kippur is a time when people gather together in houses of prayer to reflect on the year past".

Police, who have obtained a video the assailant apparently filmed with a camera on his helmet, have arrested one suspect.

Moulson reported from Berlin.

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