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Anti-Semitism in France up 69 percent

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On the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the French government confirmed that anti-Semitism in France has increased by a staggering 69 percent in the first 9 months on 2018. This frightening statistic should not be a surprise to anyone who is aware of France’s suicidal immigration policies.

The French government has allowed massive levels of Muslim immigration from Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia for decades. As a result, it is now dangerous to be Jewish in France. The French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe, has promised to take action against anti-Semitism. Philippe is lying. There is no way that the leftist Philippe can confront Islamic Jew-hatred, given the immense voting power that French Muslims possess.

Philippe has indicated that he plans to toughen hate speech laws on social media, which will likely only target French citizens who speak out against the chaos that Muslim immigration has brought to France. Philippe would never dare consider to toughen hate speech in French mosques.

In the interim, synagogues, Jewish community centres, and Jewish schools will continue to resemble prisons. It is astonishing that large numbers of Jews continue to live in France voluntarily.

“Anti-Semitism in France up 69 percent,” Arutz Sheva, November 9, 2018:

Anti-Semitic acts in France rose by 69 percent in the first nine months of 2018, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Friday, as Jews in Europe and around the world marked the 80th anniversary of the infamous “Kristallnacht” Nazi pogrom against Jews.

“Every aggression perpetrated against one of our citizens because they are Jewish echoes like the breaking of new crystal,” Philippe wrote on Facebook, referring to the start of the Nazi drive to wipe out Jews on November 9, 1938, also known as the Night of Broken Glass, according to AFP.

“Why recall, in 2018, such a painful memory? Because we are very far from being finished with anti-Semitism,” he said, calling the number of acts “relentless”.

After a record year in 2015, anti-Semitic acts fell by 58 percent in 2016 and went down a further seven percent last year, however there was an increase in violent acts targeting Jews….

The government plans to toughen rules on hate speech online next year, pressuring social media giants to do more to remove racist and anti-Semitic content….

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