French Jewish groups call for massive attendance at 'Charlie Hebdo' remembrance rally

By JTA
January 9, 2015 23:06

 
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In France, Jewish groups called on their members to attend a vigil in Paris on Jan. 11 in memory of the people killed in the attack on the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.



“All French citizens must stand united with Charlie Hebdo,” the Union of Jewish Students of France, or UEJF, wrote in its statement about the rally.



CRIF, the umbrella group of French Jewish communities, also called on its members to attend.

 

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