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French author’s bold stand bore fruit a century later
In Rouen, the Sublime House building was closed to the public in 2001 over fears that terrorists might target it or try to blow up the courthouse above it.
Laloux said such speculation, which has spread widely online in the wake of the attack, is “stupid and pointless.”
“We pray for all the injured to recover quickly. Our hearts are with them and their families”
By RINA BASSIST
The 21st Walk for Water, an annual tradition led by KKL France, had participants trek for four days in the Galilee, tracing the footsteps of ancient and modern Jewish settlement.
During a three-day killing spree in January 2015, gunmen killed reporters and illustrators at satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, police officers and shoppers at a Jewish supermarket.
Mohamed Merah's older brother, Abdelkader, has been remanded in custody since the attacks that killed seven people in 2012.
By EYTAN HALON
The newly-elected French president takes the reins and sees France as a human-rights superpower.
Le Pen claims measurable support among Jewish voters, pointing to a poll published in 2014 by a local surveyor that showed just over 13% of the community backing her.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The attacks prompted a worldwide solidarity movement, with the "Je Suis Charlie" slogan going viral on social media.
"The people of Israel and the State of Israel is with you."
After election day, relieved Israelis welcomed Macron’s election to the French Presidency as a victory for democracy and a defeat for antisemitism.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
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