15 weak, disgusting low lives beat up a17 year old Jewish boy in France. More of the same terrible evil that infects this planet.
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According to Raphael Haddad, President of the Union des Etudiants Juifs de
France (National Union of Jewish Students), "there is no doubt that the nature
of this attack was anti-Semitic". The group said that the 17 year old was
wearing a kippa, and walking through a neighborhood where many Jewish families
live, when he was beaten Saturday night in eastern Paris.
Police said they detained five people for questioning, but were still
investigating the reasons for the assault.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, leaving for a visit to Israel later Sunday,
as well as the Minister of Interior, Michèle Alliot-Marie, expressed their
indignation as well their support towards the family of the victim, who is
currently in a coma.
Sarkozy issued a statement "renewing total determination to fighting all
forms of racism and anti-Semitism."
An umbrella organization of French Jewish groups said about 15 people
appeared to have ganged up on the boy. It was not immediately clear if any
weapons were used.
The teenager’s father told RTL radio that his son was in a coma. The Paris
hospital network said the teenager was in intensive care at the Cochin Hospital
in Paris. The family’s identity was not released as the teenager is a minor.
France has western Europe’s largest population of both Jews and Muslims. The
nation has faced a surge in anti-Semitic crime in the last decade.
Andrew Bostom writes of this here: “…when separated from law and justice, man
is the worst of all animals”
Another horrific attack by
North African “yutes” (as
per Joe Pesci’s character in “My Cousin Vinny”) [read: Muslims in France] on
their Jewish prey in Paris, reminds one not only of Ilan Halimi, but a more recent attack earlier this
year on a Jew in the same town where Ilan was tortured/ murdered, and the
burgeoning, disproportionate (i.e., 25X the rate of the not
terribly philosemitic non-Muslim denizens of Europe) rate of Muslim on Jewish depredations
Read the rest here.
Photo: People bring
flowers, on June 22, 2008, in front of the Cochin’s hospital in Paris, where the
17-year-old Rudy Haddad is being treated after he was severely beaten by a gang
of youths with metal bars Saturday evening.
Fall of France and the Multicultural World War by Fjordman
ILAN HALIMI! (scroll!)
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