The handwriting is on the wall, in Jewish blood. Wasn’t Ilan Halimi warning enough. Push back! Get out!
A 22-year-old Jewish woman suffered a vicious anti-
Semitic attack by two men of Middle Eastern appearance
in a train station in Marseille, France on Thursday
The attackers tore the Star of David chain from around
the young woman’s neck, lifted up her shirt, painted a
swastika on her stomach and then fled the scene.
Local police opened an investigation into the attack
but had not yet found the assailants.
[Of course police have not found the assailants. When
Ilan Halimi was kidnapped and tortured for weeks,
neighbors dropped by to participate in the torture, so
knowledge of what was occurring was widespread. Despite
this, no one called the police.]
Head of the Jewish Agency delegation in France, David
Roche, said the incident was the most severe anti-
Semitic attack in France since the murder of the young
Jewish male Ilan Halimi by a gang of Muslim youths in
YidwithLid did pulled together a summary of all of the attacks on the Jews last year. Check it out:
UPDATE: Apparently, the French hate themselves (and with good reason.)
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