Moishe House to open in Paris amid uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in France

By JTA
September 15, 2014 20:02

 
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Paris will see the opening of its first Moishe House amid a soaring number of anti-Semitic attacks in France.

The launching party for the Moishe House in central Paris’ 11th Arrondissement, or district, is scheduled to take place next week, but the three residents moved into the apartment in recent weeks, Aurelie Attia, one of the residents, told JTA on Monday.

Moishe House is a project that subsidizes housing for young Jewish adults interested in setting up a community.

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