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Published on 5 March 2016

Francis Kalifat "Jews of France are concerned"

The vice president of CRIF told the BBC about the situation of the Jewish community in France.

Published in Le Figaro February 14, 2016
 
You can see or review the speech of the French Minister of Interior, Bernard Cazeneuve, HERE.
 
You can see or review the intervention of Gil Taieb, vice president of FSJU, HERE.
 
At the rally on Sunday in Paris in memory of Ilan Halimi, a young French Jew tortured to death by the "gang des barbares" ten years ago, with the slogan: "Neither forgiveness nor oblivion," the vice President of the representative Council of Jewish institutions in France (CRIF), Francis Kalifat, denounced a "new virulent and violent anti-Semitism."
 
"Since the murder of Ilan Halimi, the situation of French Jews has steadily deteriorated," he said. "The Jews of France are concerned and feel like outcasts," he added, noticing schools and synagogues needing to be "protected by the army "... Read more.

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