Photo: Burning detritus are seen along the tramway line in Sarcelles, a suburb north of Paris, on July 20, 2014, after confrontation with police following a demonstration denouncing Israel’s defense campaign in Gaza.
Savages. Europe slaughtered over six million Jews and imported over 25 million Muslims — their eventual executioners. These are not rallies, they are terrorist attacks. And France is not having it. They banned these orgies of violence. You see how that’s working out.
What I find most telling is that jihad-aligned media, which has enthusiastically served the Islamic cause, was also the object of Muslim wrath. The savage protesters began to attack the media covering the incident. Several journalists were assaulted, a cameraman was robbed of his equipment, and an AFP photographer was injured.
“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile — hoping it will eat him last.” But eat you he will.
France has a terrible history of betraying its Jews.
In June 1942, 12,000 Jewish adults and children were removed from their homes in Paris and sent to Nazi death camps. It was the largest mass arrest in wartime France.
The Vél d’Hiv roundup began in the early hours of 16 July 1942 and, over the next two days, 12,884 Jews from the Paris region, including over 4,000 children, were taken into custody. It was biggest such mass arrest in France during the second world war. Of these, 7,000 victims were packed into the Vélodrome d’Hiver, an indoor sports stadium. In increasingly desperate conditions they awaited shipment to the death camps in eastern Europe.
They were held at the Vélodrome d’Hiver in extremely crowded conditions, almost without water, food and sanitary facilities, as well as at the Drancy, Pithiviers, and Beaune-la-Rolande internment camps, then shipped by railway transports to Auschwitz for extermination
What made the event so especially shocking was not just the number of children involved, but that the operation was planned and executed by French police and civil servants. After the war, the Vél d’Hiv roundup would become a symbol of French guilt and complicity in the Holocaust.(here.)
The Holocaust, while it was a German initiative, was carried out by every nation in Europe, save for the Danes. There were Dutch Nazis, Polish Nazis, French Nazis etc— Europe as a continent decided it was a good idea to get rid of the Jews. Researchers at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum have catalogued 42,500 Nazi ghettos and camps over 13 years of analysis. That number includes “killing centres,” forced labour camps, prisoner-of-war camps, brothels and “care” centres where pregnant women were forced to have abortions, The New York Times reported. 30,000 slave labour camps; 1,150 Jewish ghettos; 980 concentration camps; 1,000 prisoner-of-war camps; 500 brothels; and thousands of other camps for pregnant women and the elderly.
Over 42,000 concentration camps? That wasn’t just the Germans.
Europe has decided once again to embrace madness and evil as its central unifying characteristic — only this time it’s under “Palestinianism,” not Nazism.
Pro-Palestinian youth attack two synagogues in Paris suburbs
Police had banned the demonstration, but protesters against Israel’s Gaza offensive turned violent. France’s leading Jewish group said anti-Semitic attacks are “growing by the day.”
By: Milos Krivokapic And Elaine Ganley The Associated Press, Published on Sun Jul 20 2014
SARCELLES, FRANCE—Pro-Palestinian French youth defying a ban on a protest against Israel’s Gaza offensive clashed with police Sunday, setting fire to cars, pillaging stores and attacking two synagogues in Paris suburbs.
Police, backed by a helicopter overhead, responded with tear gas and shots from non-lethal guns during hours of unrest in the northern suburb of Sarcelles, home to a large Jewish community.
The unrest was the second time in two days that pro-Palestinian demonstrations in France turned violent. The demonstration, like the one in Paris on Saturday, had been banned to ensure peace.
France has Western Europe’s largest Muslim and Jewish populations, and crises in the Middle East, like the one triggered by the Gaza offensive, often spill into France.
An umbrella group representing French Jews, known as CRIF, said Sunday night that the Sarcelles synagogue was attacked. The group said that in nearby Garges les Gonesse, Molotov cocktails were thrown at another synagogue, starting a small fire that was quickly extinguished.
CRIF denounced “fanatic groups” behind the attacks and said anti-Semitic violence “is growing by the day.”
“It is time to treat it as a ‘form of terrorist deviation and treat it as such,” the group said in a statement.
The clashes came hours after France honoured some 13,000 Jews rounded up 72 years ago, most kept in a cycling stadium before being sent to Auschwitz.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls denounced a “new form of anti-Semitism” on the Internet that he said was spreading among youth in working-class neighbourhoods.
“France will not allow provocations to feed … conflicts between communities,” Valls said in a speech.
That message was echoed by President François Hollande as he decorated Serge and Beate Klarsfeld, who were famous for tracking down old Nazis, as Grand Officer and Commander of the Legion of Honor respectively.
France “will tolerate no act, no words that could give rise to anti-Semitism,” Hollande said.
The words by the French leaders were ignored by Sunday’s events.
In Sarcelles, several hundred young protesters broke away from a calm pro-Palestinian gathering to riot and clash with police. Some went after the synagogue, CRIF said. Scores of Jewish youth — some armed with iron bars — then encircled a synagogue to “protect” it, watched by a cordon of police.
Authorities banned protest marches after a riot in Paris a week ago saw pro-Palestinian youth attacking two synagogues and Jewish stores.
In Paris on Saturday, pro-Palestinian youth burned cars and broke shop windows in a neighbourhood dominated by Muslims.
French youth go on rampage in Paris suburb after banned protest of Israel’s Gaza offensive,” FOX News, July 20, 2014
SARCELLES, France – French youth defying a ban on a protest against Israel’s Gaza offensive have set fire to cars and garbage cans in a Paris suburb after a calm demonstration.
Sunday’s unrest in Sarcelles, north of Paris, was the second time in two days that pro-Palestinian demonstrations turned violent. The demonstration, like the one in Paris on Saturday, had been banned to ensure peace.
Tension mounted as scores of Jewish youth, some armed with iron bars, encircled a synagogue to “protect” it.
The rampage came hours after France honored some 13,000 Jews rounded up 72 years ago, most kept in a cycling stadium before being sent to Auschwitz.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls denounced a “new form of anti-Semitism” on the Internet and spreading among youth in working class neighborhoods.
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