All good people should be outraged by this unjust decision.
The Halimi ruling is a Get-Out-of-Jail- Free card for Muslims who slaughter Jews.
Halimi’s killer tormented her for months until the day he beat her to death screaming Allahu Akbar!”, “Dirty Jew,” while reciting verses from Quran.
“In April 2017, Kobili Traoré, a 27-year-old Muslim man, violently beat Halimi, his 65-year-old Jewish neighbor, wndvsio0-feowitjakgnido9w=e123uhbj8weqbfj avabnweqhile screaming “Allahu Akbar” (God is great) along with antisemitic slogans, before throwing her out of the window of her third-floor apartment to her death.
A lower court ruled in December 2019 that Traoré was not criminally responsible for his actions due to his intake of cannabis before the attack supposedly compromised his “discernment,” or consciousness.”
— i24NEWS English (@i24NEWS_EN) April 25, 2021
WATCH: Today, hundreds rallied in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem & around the world calling for justice for antisemitism victim Sarah Halimi.
— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) April 25, 2021
WATCH: A year ago, the people of Paris demanded justice for antisemitism victim Sarah Halimi.
A year later, this fight is ongoing. The man who murdered her will not be held criminally responsible because he smoked marijuana before the attack.#EndJewHatred#JusticeForSarahHalimi pic.twitter.com/OJAg7Yo08g
— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) April 23, 2021
Protests scheduled around the world against Sarah Halimi ruling
The French decision to absolve Kobili Traore of responsibility for her murder has caused outrage worldwide.
By Jerusalem Post, April 25, 2021
Protests have been scheduled in Paris and around the world against the recent decision by the French Court of Cassation to absolve the man who murdered Sarah Halimi in Paris in 2017 of criminal responsibility because he took cannabis before he killed her.
The demonstration in Paris will take place at the Place Du Trocadero close to the city center at 14:00 Central European Time, while simultaneous protests will be staged in other French cities as well as in Tel Aviv, London, Rome, New York, Miami, Los Angeles.The demonstration in Tel Aviv will take place outside the French embassy at 15:00 Israel time.
Where are the communities that we as a people have stood by throughout history?
— Hallel Silverman (@JustHallel) April 25, 2021
Halimi’s son and brother, who both live in Israel, have flown to Paris for the demonstration.
In April 2017, Kobili Traoré, a 27-year-old Muslim man, violently beat Halimi, his 65-year-old Jewish neighbor, while screaming “Allahu Akbar” (God is great) along with antisemitic slogans, before throwing her out of the window of her third-floor apartment to her death.
A lower court ruled in December 2019 that Traoré was not criminally responsible for his actions due to his intake of cannabis before the attack supposedly compromised his “discernment,” or consciousness.
The Court of Cassation, the supreme appeals court for this type of case in France, upheld that ruling two weeks ago.
French President Emmanuel Macron called last week for a change in the law to prevent murderers from using such an excuse in the future to escape justice, while French Jewish organizations have said they will lobby for such a law.
Ariel Kandel, director of the Qualita organization that assists French immigrants to Israel said in denouncing the decision that the French court ruling was “an additional reminder that antisemitism still rages in Europe.”
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