The mezuzah (right) contains parchment with verses from the Torah and is an ancient tradition commanded by the Torah before the Exodus of Jews from Egypt. It is placed on the right side of every outer doorway of Jewish homes, offices, schools, and other buildings.
INN Footage from security cameras in the area shows a Muslim refugee removing the mezuzahs from the homes of Jewish residents of Antwerp. The same Muslim was arrested several weeks ago for placing Qurans in synagogues.
Earlier this month, a Hasidic (Ultra-orthodox) Jewish father and son were nearly rammed by a local Muslim as they walked to synagogue. The pair managed to jump out of the way just before the car reached them. Local police have insisted that the ramming was caused by a drunk driver, and does not constitute a hate crime.