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Published on 7 September 2017

Francis Kalifat speech at the ceremony commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Vel d'Hiv

"The strength of a Nation always lies in the the way it looks at its History and and its ability to teach it to future generations".
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Published on 27 October 2016

#EDITORIAL from President of CRIF - UNESCO Votes: let's express the voice of Truth in front of the falsifications of History

FOR JERUSALEM NO VOICE MUST MISS FOR JERUSALEM NONE OF US CAN REMAIN SILENT
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Published on 16 June 2015

Ten Ways Israel is Treated Differently

It's appalling to see how Israel is treated by a totally different standard than other countries in the international system.

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Published on 10 June 2015

The ugly effort to boycott Israel

Orange compte pourtant plusieurs partenariats avec des pays arabes… coupables de graves crimes contre les droits de l’homme…
 

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Published on 1 April 2015

United in Ignominy

It was intended to be a temple of peace, but has been overrun by repressive regimes.

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Published on 11 July 2014

France Is Not an Anti-Semitic Nation

By Laurent Fabius and Bernard Cazeneuve, published in the New York Times July 10, 2014

Few democratic societies are as rich in populations of diverse origins as France’s. This is one of the many traits France shares with the United States. Both are countries of immigrants where citizenship is universal and does not depend on one’s ethnic or religious origins.

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Published on 11 July 2014

Yes, the government has proposed a coherent plan of action against terrorism

By Eve Gani        

France, like other countries of the European Union, suffers from so-called “violent radical engagement,” whereby its citizens have been known to join militant activists abroad.  One prime example of this phenomenon is French youth departing to Syria to join that country’s militant groups. This engagement of civilians in insurgent areas "in the name of the ummah" (community) is not a new occurrence, as French citizens have already taken part in the conflicts in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Chechnya, and Iraq, similarly in the name of jihad. 

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Published on 30 May 2014

Brussels attack fruit of Muslim incitement

By Noah Klieger published in Yedioth Aharonot May 26, 2014

As long as European authorities fail to take drastic measures against anti-Israel instigators, murderous attacks on Jews will only increase.

It was only a matter of time. The writing – or, to be more precise, the writings – has been on the wall for years. And not just in Europe. I would even dare say that, surprisingly, there have only been a few murderous attacks against Jews or Jewish institutions.

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Published on 30 May 2014

The Banality of Anger

By Roger Cohen, published in the New York Times May 26, 2014

Nowhere is the crisis of modernity felt more acutely than in France where for a quarter-century now globalization has brought moroseness and mistrust on an epic scale. Uneasy with capitalism, uncomfortable with flexibility, unpersuaded by the so-called Anglo-Saxon model, France has retreated into its rancor. Immigrants and openness have constituted threat more than possibility.

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Published on 30 May 2014

Far-right parties sweeping EU vote should serve as warning sign

By Asaf Ronel, published in Haaretz May 27, 2014

The shared fear of Muslims has not yet led major Jewish organizations to lift their boycotts against dubious politicians in far-right parties.

The investigation of Sunday’s shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussel is still ongoing, and assessments regarding the motive are varied, but Belgian authorities say the attack, which is being investigated as a terror incident, has anti-Semitic characteristics.

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