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One activist told the 'Post,' "I am not Jewish, and I do not think this is a ‘Jewish problem’. It is a problem of all of us, all French people."
This is not the first act of antisemitic vandalism in Paris.
He received a letter that read "Fat Zionist pig" and "You are not French."
“Anti-Zionist rhetoric targeting Israel that is placed on a synagogue confirms that anti-Zionists are notorious anti-Semites.”
Aviv Zonabend later retracted some of his comments, saying he meant to target Islamists, not Arabs.
Among the signatories who called for antisemitism to be elevated to an issue of national concern were 3 former prime ministers, several elected officials, artists and prominent thinkers.
A spokesperson said that preliminary evidence did not show an antisemitic characteristic, but that this possibility "has not been discounted."