The New York Times reported about the arrest of Salah Abdeslam in a slightly different fashion than another media source.
As the police operation unfolded, Molenbeek filled with journalists and angry onlookers, who have protested what they consider unfair and heavy-handed interrogations by the police since the November attacks.
But other residents welcomed the capture.
Christophe Van Damme, a contractor who lives yards from where Mr. Abdeslam was apprehended, said heavily armed officers had jumped from vehicles pouring into the neighborhood late in the afternoon. He said he then heard 10 to 15 gunshots.
“When everything was O.K., people were leaning out their windows, applauding the police,” he said.
Riot police were called in to disperse the crowds who gathered in the Brussels suburb after missiles were thrown at the Belgian authorities.
Tensions were sparked after young people from the troubled area started declaring their support for their “hero” Abdeslam, according to a witness.
The New York Times has published an opinion piece by David Brooks titled No, Not Trump, Not Ever.
Trump is perhaps the most dishonest person to run for high office in our lifetimes. All politicians stretch the truth, but Trump has a steady obliviousness to accuracy.
Thankfully, we have a candidate on the other side who is the exact opposite, one who has a steady commitment to accuracy and honesty.
Two three day happenings are scheduled to occur this coming week. One is a three-day fast and the other is a three day AIPAC conference where Hillary Clinton and Joe biden are among the confirmed speakers. Which one will benefit us the most?
Rabbis call for three-day fast preceding Purim
"When extreme situations arise, they require an extreme reaction," explained the fast's leadership. "We must make a general break in routine to wake up, stop, cure the evil of separatism, and unite. It was known long ago that in times of trouble, when Israel unites, the troubles disappear."
Pirkei Avot 2:3. Be careful with the government, for they befriend a person only for their own needs. They appear to be friends when it is beneficial to them, but they do not stand by a person at the time of his distress.
Hundreds protest against ignored 'American Intifada' in New York
In the video below, Rabbi Glazerson discusses Nibiru and this coming week. He also talks about it at length in an interview with a Christian TV show which can be viewed over here.. At approximately the 6 minute mark, he states, "But it is important to point out that in Judaism, to get Mashiach, it's not enough the date...Jews have to behave properly - which is called repentance...keeping Torah properly."