14.29 Saudi Arabia has condemned the Danish shooting, and also the killing of three Muslims in North Carolina last week.
State news agency SPA quoted an official source as saying in a statement: The kingdom of Saudi Arabia followed with strong sorrow the ugly terrorist and criminal incidents that occurred lately in the Danish capital Copenhagen and in the US state of North Carolina that resulted in the death and injuring of innocents.
Uzan wanted younger community members to replace him in the security detail, Mr Melchior said, but the community pressed him to remain at his post.
There are an estimated 6,000 to 7,000 Jews in Denmark, including about 2,000 active members of the Jewish community, which operates its own security patrol that coordinates with police to protect Jewish institutions.
Israel is waiting for you with open arms." In response, Rabbi Melchior said: Terror is not a reason to move to Israel.
Mr Netanyahu issued a similar plea last month following the Paris attacks.
We are preparing and calling for the absorption of mass immigration from Europe.
I would like to tell all European Jews and all Jews wherever they are: 'Israel is the home of every Jew.' ...
Rabbi Jair Melchior said he was "disappointed" by the comments of Mr Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, who made a fresh plea for Jewish emigration while extending condolences to Denmark over the twin attacks.14.48 The Danish Film Institute says the 55-year-old man killed in a shooting at a free speech event in Copenhagen was documentary filmmaker Finn Noergaard.The institute's chief Henrik Bo Nielsen says he was shocked and angry to find out Noergaard was gunned down while attending a discussion on art and free speech."Jews have been murdered again on European soil only because they were Jews and this wave of terrorist attacks – including murderous anti-Semitic attacks – is expected to continue," Mr Netanyahu told the Israeli cabinet, as it met to approve a £30 million scheme to absorb Jewish immigrants from France, Belgium and Ukraine."Jews deserve protection in every country but we say to Jews: Israel is your home."Together with city officials and organizers we evaluated the information and then, at very short notice, decided to cancel the street parade," Mr Geese told The Associated Press.Mr Geese said the parade was canceled less than 90 minutes before its scheduled start.13.30 Elsewhere in Europe, police in the German city of Braunschweig have cancelled a popular Carnival street parade because of fears of an imminent Islamist terror attack.Police spokesman Thomas Geese said police received credible information that there was a "concrete threat of an attack with an Islamist background" on Sunday's parade and therefore called on all visitors to stay at home.• 'Copenhagen gunman' shot dead • Finn Norgaard, 55, killed in shooting at cultural centre • Dan Uzan, 37, killed at Copenhagen's main synagogue • Danish PM says attacks were terrorism • Gathering organised by controversial Swedish artist Lars Vilks 18.30 Danish television has named the suspect as Omar Abdel Hamid el-Hussein. 17.32 Suspected Copenhagen gunman was 22, born and raised in Denmark: TV 16.59 The body of the suspected terrorist: 16.52 French President Francois Hollande has just visited the Danish embassy in Paris, and said that the "same targets" were hit in the weekend attacks in Copenhagen as during the January assault in Paris that claimed 17 lives. He was a Danish-born 22-year-old known to police because of past violence, gang-related activities and possession of weapons, police said in a statement on Sunday. 17.55 These are the latest images from the Copenhagen internet cafe, where four people were arrested this afternoon.