Anti-Semitic violence in Paris didn’t start with Hyper Cacher supermarket, and won’t end there.
The attack by radical Islamists at the Paris Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket left four hostages dead, plus one of the gunmen.
The Hyper Cacher supermarket attack appears to have been coordinated with the two men who killed 12 at Charlie Hebdo.
The specter of widespread anti-Semitism on the streets of Paris is nothing new. It has been fueled not only by centuries-old hatreds, but by the more modern Islamist, “anti-Zionist” and BDS movements whose hatred of Israel is obsessive and dehumanizing.
When I was in Paris, I was advised by complete strangers to remove my kippah so as not to be identifiable as a Jew: http://t.co/PspmGuwiD1
— Avi Mayer (@AviMayer) January 9, 2015
Below are a couple of videos from the assaults on Jewish sections of Paris and a Synagogue during “pro-Palestinian” riots last summer over the Gaza conflict.
See also several of my posts (some of the videos in the posts have gone bad):
- Paris Synagogue attacked by Pro-Palestinian crowd carrying boycott message
- France’s Jews Fled As Rioters Burned Shops To Chants Of ‘Gas The Jews’
- Just more “pro-Palestinian” protests: Nazi salutes in Paris, “death to all Jews” in the Hague
More photos of ‘Pro Palestinian’ mob attacking synagogue in Paris right now pic.twitter.com/EhLRSJVLkf
More photos of 'Pro Palestinian' mob attacking synagogue in Paris right now pic.twitter.com/EhLRSJVLkf
— Bezalel Ben-Zion (@dejerusalem) July 13, 2014
In Paris, and Malmo, and Copehagen, and Berlin, Frankfurt, The Hague, and London, … and Miami and Boston, anti-Semitic violence is always around the corner, and on the streets, and in the subways and buses.
It didn’t start with the Hyper Cacher supermarket, and it won’t end there.
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