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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.
The ban, which spread to more than a dozen coastal towns, had exposed cracks within the Socialist government's unity.
The minute he realized the person he was trying to save had just seconds ago tried to kill him, hospital worker at scene of cafe attack says fire services arrived.
In recent years, French Jews have been repeatedly attacked by Muslim assailants motivated by religiously based hatred of Jews. France has persistently ignored the significance of this.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
What happens in the elections for the National Assembly next month will have a role in determining the direction that Macron is able to take the country.
By LIAT COLLINS
Reflecting the poor state of French internal affairs and economic sluggishness, Jews made aliya en masse in the past two decades.
By TAL HARRIS
Once the FN has been legitimized in France, Israel’s attitude toward it may well become an increasingly marginal consideration.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
The Jewish community has maintained its long-term negative attitude toward the FN.
French authorities published the guidelines in the official government gazette, and they require that items state, “product originating in the Golan Heights (Israeli settlement)."
By MICHAEL FREUND
Until the French government breaks with the anti-Israel agenda initiated by the anti-American populist Charles de Gaulle, the people of France will remain plunged in darkness.
By DAN VITENBERG
Imagine what would have happened if Abbas took the dare and showed up in Paris with a detailed and realistic peace proposal that the Europeans and Americans could support?
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
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