"Even if for now there is no confirmation of an anti-Semitic motive, the attacks on Jews, and especially elderly women of Jewish faith, in this popular district of Paris revive painful memories."
In 2014, he headed a delegation of imams who visited Israel as part of an initiative that promotes peace.
Paris Descartes University, a.k.a. Paris V, is one of the inheritors of the Sorbonne, which was split into multiple separate institutions in 1970.
This is the first collaboration between an Israeli museum and one of the largest and most highly regarded museums in the world, the BLMJ underscored.
Reminds you of the joke about the three French homeland security levels of alert: Flee, Surrender, Collaborate.
The disaster struck a chord in the hearts of people around the world, including in Israel and its capital.
Surprisingly, some of Notre Dame’s most prominent artwork concerns Jews.
One firefighter was badly injured while fighting the blaze.
Notre Dame welcomed between 30,000 to 50,000 visitors into its quiet, history-packed halls each day.
Thierry Roos, a spokesman for the local Jewish community, stated, "There is no doubt this was an intentional act. […] They wanted to erase the memory of the synagogue on quai Kleber by destroying it twice."
A Knesset member must give up his or her foreign citizenship, which Saada is currently not prepared to do.
Anti-Semitic crime in France has risen by 74% over the past year.
“Anti-Zionists never claim that any other nation on earth, apart from the Jewish State, should be dismantled or is illegitimate."
It just doesn’t stop, it’s shock after shock,” Maurice Dahan, the regional head of the Israelite Central Consistory of France, said after the cemetery attack. “I don’t know how long we are going to carry on. ... It makes me feel sick.”
Local authorities issued a statement condemning "in the strongest possible terms this awful anti-Semitic act and sends his complete support to the Jewish community which has been targeted again."
It could be said that France has finally reached its "J'Accuse...!" moment.
The film is based on Lapid's own experiences of living as an Israeli abroad and his ambivalence about being an Israeli.
The philosopher was cornered in the doorway of a building, where he was cursed and insulted, and told to 'go back to Tel Aviv.'
The latest include the cutting down of a memorial tree, the word “Juden” (German for “Jew”) scribbled on the window of a Paris bagel bakery, and swastikas drawn on mailboxes decorated with a picture of former government minister and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil.
“Anti-Semitism is spreading like poison.”
French Jews have been abandoning the country in increasing numbers, with more than 2,300 making aliyah to Israel between January and October of 2018.
There was a 60 percent rise in anti-Semitic incidents across Australia in 2018; there was also a 69 percent rise in anti-Semitic attacks in France.
Conspiracy videos about the Rothschild family appear on many yellow vest Facebook pages, stressing that Macron used to work for the Rothschild investment bank.
The exhibition tells the stories of diplomats who risked their lives and the safety of their families to rescue hundreds and even thousands of Jews.
Hundreds of riot police were attacked on the streets by the protesters.
"France recalls that the Iranian missile program is not conformity with UN Security Council Resolution 2231."
The two unidentified men ripped her cellphone out of her hands and punched her in the face, asking “Are you afraid, you Jewess?”
Five people are currently in custody in connection with the attack, according to the Paris prosecutor's office.
"There are 200,000 Jews in France who would immigrate to Israel tomorrow if we would do what is needed," Bennett said.
Chekatt is believed to have been radicalized while serving prison terms in France and Germany.