Sarah Halimi, a 65-year-old French Jewish woman, was murdered in 2017 by Kobili Traore, who threw her out of her Paris home window.
The rally also comes as antisemitism has spiked across the Western world.
France is home to the world’s third-largest Jewish population, at around 500,000. But with rising antisemitism across the country, it is no surprise that French Jews are packing up and leaving.
The street will be in the 4th District, also known as the Marais, which before the Holocaust was the heart of Jewish life in Paris
Following the protests, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency spoke to multiple French Jews, asking them in interviews to share their thoughts and impressions from the situation on the ground.
The cover reads: "Should we decriminalize antisemitism?" featuring a Muslim character holding a knife and smoking joints from a Jewish menorah.
“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.
Following the decision to not hold Kobili Traore criminally liable for the murder of Sarah Halimi, a French-Jewish judge has quit his post.
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.