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The killing of two Israelis by an unknown gunman in Brussels may have been a planned assassination rather than a random act, Israel's Haaretz daily said Tuesday.The attack, in which a gunman opened fire at the Jewish museum in the Belgian capital Saturday, killed three people, including an Israeli couple in their 50s who reportedly had ties to an Israeli government agency.Haaretz said Emmanuel Riva had worked in the Finance Ministry as well as at an organization called Nativ which was founded in the 1950s to covertly encourage Jewish education in the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and to drive immigration to Israel.Now, Nativ's mission is to encourage immigration to Israel among Russian-speaking Jews living in Western Europe, particularly Germany.
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