Paris has ordered to have Israeli products from Judea and Samaria specially labeled and marked for boycotting, in contradiction to its own court order that such boycotts are a form of incitement and hate crimes. We must join Israel in protesting this shameful decision! Last week, Paris issued a notification stating that products made in Judea and Samaria… Read more »
France’s far-right National Front Party leader Marine Le Pen said in an interview Sunday she will ban the public display of all religious symbols and clothing if elected president in the 2017 national elections.
Following on the heels of the dangerous French Peace Initiative which is premised on the idea that the Palestinians receive a state even if they do nothing to stop terror and incitement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with US Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A knife-wielding terrorist stabbed a senior police officer and his wife to death Monday evening outside his home in a suburb of Paris, officials said. The two victims were found dead after police commandos stormed the home, shot the terrorist and rescued the couple’s three-year-old son.
France has been working especially hard in what appears to be a concerted effort to undermine Israel in a number of forums. Help us get the message to France that its behavior toward Israel is unacceptable!
The founder and former leader of France’s far-right National Front party, Jean-Marie Le Pen, 87, was fined by a French court for denying crimes against humanity over a remark he made that the Nazi gas chambers are just a “detail” of World War II history.
The poll comes on the heels of the January 11 machete attack against a Jewish teacher outside of a Jewish institute in Marseille, which led to the head of the city’s Jewish community to call on Jews to “remove their yarmulkes during this difficult period, until better days.”
Following Islamic attacks against Jews and fearing further such incidents, a French Jewish leader is calling on his community to hide their Jewish identity in public. Others disagreed, calling it “defeatist.”