terrorism in france

French Jews, political leaders mark 6 years since Hyper Cacher killings

Over a million people are estimated to have marched in Paris alone.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
12/01/2021

France to investigate dozens of mosques suspected of 'separatism'

The government has launched what it calls an unprecedented action against "separatism" following several Islamist attacks in France this autumn.

By REUTERS
03/12/2020

Hundreds protest against Macron at Temple Mount

Three protesters were reportedly arrested after clashing with police forces.

A man lights a candle near the Notre Dame church in tribute to the victims of a deadly knife attack

Third suspect in Nice attack in custody; victims named

Two of the three victims in the attack have been named as Vincent Loquès and Simone Barreto Silva.

31/10/2020
Toulouse

Toulouse's two faces

Toulouse has two faces: one of Jihadist anti-Zionism, the other of Mayor Jean-Luc Moudenc, proudly twinned with Tel Aviv.

French police officers in Paris, France, April 28, 2020.

Paris ramming attacker may have been inspired by Palestinian cause

The attacker told police that he wanted to commit an act of terror having watched videos relating to Gaza and Palestine.

paris soccer match

Blasts heard inside Paris soccer stadium on night of attacks

Police confirm there had been shootings and explosions at the stadium, but not the number of casualties.

By REUTERS
14/11/2015
Street sign in Paris honoring brothers Arye and Gabriel Sandler

Paris streets named after Jewish children killed in 2012 terror attack

“Today we were supposed to celebrate the bar mitzvah of Arie. Instead, we are here to inaugurate a street in his memory.”

French Gendarmes patrol past wooden barracks shops after a shooting in Strasbourg, France

Analysis: Strasbourg attack fits previous model of criminal-terror nexus in Europe

The problem appears to be the gap between surveillance of members of the criminal-terrorist extremist nexus, and prosecuting perpetrators for crimes such as acquiring illegal firearms.

A man purported to be the reclusive leader of the militant Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has ma

ISIS chief, in rare speech, urges followers to continue fighting

In the 55-minute statement, Baghdadi congratulated what he described as the "striking lions" behind recent attacks in Canada and Europe and called on followers to continue carrying out attacks.

By REUTERS
23/08/2018
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