In 2015, two days after the Charlie Hebdo massacre, four Jews were murdered at a Paris kosher supermarket, Hypercacher. Since then, violence against French Jews has become commonplace.
A Belgian court convicted Mehdi Nemmouche, a French Islamist, of murdering four people in a terrorist attack at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in 2014.
Jewish Agency head describes tense moments in Paris.
Nearly 2,000 people joined a Facebook group titled “Supporting Delphine Horvilleur” just two days after it was created.
French Interior Minister said he “firmly condemns” the incidents, vowing to bring those responsible to justice and calling their actions an attack against the entire Jewish community of France.
The plans to publish the essays were made known in November but formally announced only in recent days.
'The No. 5 War' is slated to screen at the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival tonight
Last week, the same family was targeted by an anonymous perpetrator who set their car on fire.
The slaying of a young Jewish Parisian returns to the headlines more than a decade later as anonymous culprits desecrate a memorial erected in his name.
Claudine Kauffmann blamed a Jewish party spokesman for her suspension from the party.