“I heard with sorrow of the decision of the French Supreme Court to confirm the decision that the accused in the antisemitic, brutal and terrible murder of Sarah Halimi is unfit to stand trial."
He also cited the Talmudic dictum that “He who is merciful to the cruel will end up being cruel to the merciful,” and said a true judge had to demonstrate “resoluteness” towards evil.
The cover reads: "Should we decriminalize antisemitism?" featuring a Muslim character holding a knife and smoking joints from a Jewish menorah.
Following the decision to not hold Kobili Traore criminally liable for the murder of Sarah Halimi, a French-Jewish judge has quit his post.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
The demonstrations are to protest the French court ruling that Kolibi Traore is not criminally responsible for killing Sarah Halimi because he was smoked Cannabis.
Hundreds of Jews killed in an antisemitic attacks in the Diaspora since the end of the Holocaust will be commemorated on a new website.
Israel's criminal law may apply to antisemitic crimes committed abroad and denounced by an Israeli citizen, which is the case with their client, Sarah Halimi's sister.
No fancy word can cover what happened to Halimi. She was murdered. An identifiably Orthodox Jewish woman, she was killed by a Muslim immigrant in a shocking crime.
Macron has said that he wants to assure the family and relatives of the victim and all fellow citizens of the Jewish faith that they have his support. Then why do they keep getting murdered?