Two Belz Hasidim who were wounded in last week’s terrorist attacks in Brussels landed on Thursday night at the Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv.
The two victims, aged 23 and 28, were hospitalized at the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem.
One of them is listed in moderate to serious condition. The other was moderately wounded.
The Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital said that the two arrived at the hospital’s trauma unit and that they will be treated in the ICU and orthopedic wards.
Earlier this week Walter Benjamin, a Jew who was seriously wounded in last week’s twin suicide bombings at the Zaventem airport in Brussels, told Channel 2 News that he decided his future belongs in Israel, and is planning to move there as soon as he is physically able.
Benjamin made it clear that after the attack, Aliyah was very much on his mind, saying that the very first thing he planned to do once he is released from the hospital is to move to Israel.