The Israeli prime minister is calling for the “massive immigration” of European Jews to his country following a shooting outside a synagogue in Denmark that killed a man.
Benjamin Netanyahu said the government will discuss a 46 million US dollar (£30 million) plan to encourage Jewish immigration from France, Belgium and Ukraine.
“This wave of attacks is expected to continue,” he said at the start of a Cabinet meeting.
“Jews deserve security in every country, but we say to our Jewish brothers and sisters, Israel is your home.”
A 37-year-old Jewish security guard was killed while standing guard at a bat mitzvah celebration in Copenhagen.
Jair Melchior, Denmark’s chief rabbi, said he was “disappointed” by Mr Netanyahu‘s call for immigration following the attack.
“Terror is not a reason to move to Israel,” he said.