This serves the Europeans right for volunteering to give refuge to these murderers, rather than allowing Israel to deal with them as she saw fit.
A Palestinian terrorist who was granted refuge in Belgium, following the Church of the Nativity standoff in 2002, was arrested this week in connection with local organized crime.
Belgian police arrested a gang of local gangsters suspected of committing armed robberies and using explosives to open vaults. One of the men arrested is Khalid Al. N., a Palestinian bomb-maker, who was deported to Belgium in May 2002, after a five-week siege of armed Palestinians in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
Khalied is one of 13 Palestinians terrorists, affiliated with Hamas and Fatah Tanzim, who were at the time transferred to seven European states, under the auspices of the European Union.
According to Belgian media sources, Khalid was heavily involved with local organized crime groups and was dealing with explosives on a daily basis. He was in possession of firearms and explosives at the time of his arrest.