How can the French ever realistically fight against anti-Semitism when they keep importing tens of thousands of hard-core anti-Semitic Muslims into the country?
Fighting anti-Semitism in France a ‘national cause’
Published: 08 Dec 2014 08:22 GMT+01:00
Speaking at a rally in the Paris suburb of Creteil, where the attack took place on Monday, Bernard Cazeneuve said: “We need to make the fight against racism and anti-Semitism a national cause by getting all bodies concerned involved.
“The Republic will defend you with all its force because, without you, it would no longer be the Republic,” he added.
Speaking at the same rally, Roger Cukierman, the head of France’s main Jewish organisation (CRIF), said: “Jews feel in danger. Some are already leaving France.”
Cazeneuve said anti-Semitic acts and threats have more than doubled in the past 10 months and called for the authorities to ensure that “none of them goes unpunished”.
In what President Francois Hollande has described as an “unbearable” attack, assailants stormed the flat of a young couple, raping the woman and stealing jewellery and bank cards.
According to the male victim, the attackers told them they had not chosen the place at random.