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Published on 13 November 2016

First anniversary of November 13th : Francis Kalifat's Editorial

Sunday marked one year since the attacks.

This November 13th... Remember to resist, to overcome the cowardice and the bestiality of these Islamist fanatics who want to impose their medieval way of life on us.

130 deaths and more than 350 wounded persons, it is the dramatic result of the Islamist inhumanity that struck Paris and saint Denis during this night of November 13th, 2015, plunging the city light into the darkness of a blind terrorism, striking indifferently men, women and children.

Hundreds of broken lives, decimated families, sometimes insuperable deep traumas, survivors haunted by this stabbing question " why am I alive, why me?"

Having attacked the various symbols of our French Republic: the freedom of expression with the journalists of Charlie Hebdo, the army and the police in Montauban, Paris and Montrouge, and the Jews in Toulouse and Vincennes, the Islamist terrorism aimed this time at France, its youth, its lifestyle, declaring us a global war with for objective of bringing down our democracy and to impose the sharia on us.

We, Jews, have paid a heavy price for centuries, by being the victims of all fanaticisms. We became the sentinels because often the first victims of hatred and violence.

This November 13th, 2016 has to be a moment of meditation for each of us, condolence and solidarity but also the opportunity to remind our determination to fight as French and as Jews against all those who want to attack the values of tolerance, freedom, brotherhood and secularism which constitute the base of our Republic and our capacity live together.

It is the special Newsletter we propose you to redraw these terrible events which saddened France during that night of November 13th, 2015.

Remember to resist, to overcome the cowardice and the bestiality of these Islamist fanatics who want to impose us their medieval life style on us.

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