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French Jews Ask: Should We Stay Or Should We Go?

TEL AVIV – French Jews are divided about their future as they face an ever-growing threat from radical Islam. Yet, for most, even the attacks that killed 129 people on Friday have not been sufficient for them to consider emigration. Anti-Semitic attacks

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French Jewish Leader Transported In Armored Vehicle With Bodyguards

JERUSALEM – A French Jewish organization is working with the French government to keep the country’s Jews as safe as possible, especially in the aftermath of the jihadist massacres in Paris last Friday. Since the January 2015 terror attack on

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Anti-Semitic Violence Drives Increasing Jewish Migration To Israel

As fears of anti-Semitic violence in some European counties continue to grow, the Israeli government is predicting 2015 will see a 25 per cent increase on 2014 of the number of French Jews leaving for Israel. According to figures released by the Ministry

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France Leads The Way As Anti-Semitic Attacks Surge Worldwide

Attacks against Jewish businesses and individuals grew worldwide by 38 per cent in 2014, a new report by Tel Aviv University academics reveals, with France showing the fastest rate of growth in anti-Semitic violence. Although events such as the execution

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The Death of the Jews of France

In the wake of the slaughter of four Jews in a Paris kosher supermarket by an Islamic jihadist, a Parisian Jew said: “In the past year, 7,000 Jews have already left France and after this there will be many thousands more. We are not safe in France any more. There is no future for Jews here in France. We are finished in France.”