Tuesday, November 21, 2017
The protest against Shlomo Amar underlined growing divisions among French Jews.
Doctors sent by the Israeli NGO are treating the injured and others are distributing food in the hardest-hit communities.
Dozens of members of the Nordic Resistance Movement marched through Gothenburg on Sunday reportedly using the event to build support for its Sept. 30 march, whose route will take it near the city’s main synagogue on Judaism’s holiest day.
The team of investigators plans to present the report to the lead prosecutor.
The blast, in which several people were injured, is believed to have been a terrorist attack carried out with a home-made bomb at rush hour.
The 17th-century Portuguese Synagogue becomes even more breathtaking when candlelit for services.
Members of the Jewish community, which is under tight security, are worried about harassment and physical threats from both marchers and counterprotesters.
Israel's prime minister spoke at the sites of two terror attacks that targeted Jews in the 1990s.
The statement reiterated the French government’s determination ‘’to do everything to combat every form of racism and anti-Semitism, which have no place in the French Republic.”
Bernard Ravet would refer prospective pupils to Jewish schools in what a French journalist called a "failure" for the national education system.


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