Far-right Jewish mob tries to storm offices of 'anti-Israel' French journalist

October 23, 2015 20:11


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A mob of right wing Jewish extremists was pushed back by French police on Friday as it tried to storm the offices of an Agence France-Presse journalist in Paris, according to the British newspaper Guardian.

The French branch of the far-right Jewish Defense League was apparently targeting David Perrotin, an AFP reporter who has come under fire for being "anti-Israel."

The JDL, which was founded by the late Rabbi Meir Kahane, has been declared a terrorist organization by the United States and has also been outlawed by Israel.

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